Old North Church

Visit the site that launched the American Revolution! Built in 1723, Boston’s oldest church is best known for the midnight ride of Paul Revere and “One if by land, two if by sea.” 

Visiting Old North Church & Historic Site

193 Salem St.
Boston, MA 02113

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193 Salem St.
Boston, MA 02113

Directions Email (617) 523-6676

Managed by the Old North Foundation

Old North Church

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Restrooms

300 Years of History.  2 Lanterns. 1 Revolution! ​
Explore Old North Church campus, including the famous Old North Church, five gardens, Captain Jackson’s Historic Chocolate Shop, Patriots' Corner, and the Old North Gift Shop. Old North Church Images - Photo Credit: Peter Vanderwalker

Old North Guided Tours

Explore Old North Church further with specialty tours. Behind the Scenes Tour allows visitors to follow in the footsteps of Paul Revere to the bell ringing chamber and see 37 tombs in the crypt. Bones & Burial Tour invites visitors to discover life and death in colonial Boston.

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Activities & Programs

Captain Jackson’s Historic Chocolate

Taste the sweeter side of the revolution with daily 18th-century colonial chocolate making demonstrations.

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Public Programs

Exciting year-round programs and events open to the public. Ticket prices and registration requirements vary.

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