Come Visit the North End!
The North End Historical Society does not have a building to visit at this time. However, we hope to have a center where we can invite students, tourists, and local history buffs in early 2017. Currently, our volunteer staff meets in various places around the neighborhood to conduct business and enjoy the best coffee in Boston. Described on this page are a few ways that visitors can connect with the North End.
The North End Historical Society's programs are designed to bring out aspects of the North End's history and culture in fun and informative sessions. Many of these programs are free to the community, and members of the historical society are eligible for a discounted rate for the programs that have a ticket fee. For more information please visit our programs page.
Take a Tour of the North End!
- Alex Goldfeld, the North End Historical Society's President and Historian, offers a variety of guided walking tours, including a tour that focuses exclusively on North End sites.
- Michel Topor offers a North End Market Tour, which includes several stops at North End businesses for a taste of Italian cuisine and lessons on how to recreate the culinary experience at home.
- The Paul Revere House offers a variety of guided walking tours in addition to their historic homes. Their website is an excellent portal into the life and times of Paul Revere and his family.
- No visit to the North End would be compete without a stop at the Old North Church. Their campus also includes a colonial printing shop, a historical chocolate store, and a fine gift shop with excellent books about Boston's history.