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North End By Little Feet

This child's-eye view of Boston's North End is specially designed for young walkers (ages 6-12)

Statue of Paul Revere in front of the Old North Church Boston

Tour Description

This child’s-eye view of the Freedom Trail in the North End, Boston’s oldest neighborhood, is specially designed for young walkers from 6 -12 years of age.

We'll take a journey back in time and talk about events leading up to the American Revolution, and we'll walk in the footsteps of some of the important Bostonians that helped us gain our independence.

Stops include Paul Revere’s House and the Old North Church - where Revere ordered two lanterns to be lit. And there will be one very important horse ride that we’ll talk about along the way!

Tour Information

tour duration
DURATION

60 minutes

tour distance
DISTANCE

0.7 mile

tour terrain level 1
TERRAIN

mostly flat surfaces and little to no inclines

Public Tour Calendar

Private Tours

This tour can be scheduled as a private tour with advance notice. Call 617.367.2345 or use our private tour webform to learn more.

Starting Location

Meet your guide in front of Faneuil Hall at the Samuel Adams Statue, Boston.

Finding Your Guide: All guides carry an 8×11 sign that says “Boston By Foot Walking Tours.”

Nearest Accessible MBTA Station: State (Blue & Orange Lines)

Ending Location

This tour ends in the general area of Old North Church, Salem Street.

Nearest Accessible MBTA Station: Haymarket (Green & Orange Lines), 0.4 miles away

“I went on the Beacon Hill tour this evening, and it was fantastic. Keep up the great work in sharing all that Boston has to offer and its rich history with the public!”
— Boston, MA