We walked to the North end to visit the church and happened to arrive during a presentation of the night before the American Revolution began. Enjoyed the visit and seeing the organ, clock and old chest!
About Old North Church
1 - 10 of 2,313 reviews
Family and friends visited the Old North Church. The church is in very good shape, and the interior has been restored to what it would have looked like back in Paul Revere's day. Being in the church was a great experience to us. The church...More
Being in this old church and hearing the excellent presentation was a trip back in time. This Freedom Trail site is free so do not miss.
Enjoyed seeing the inside of the church and commentary from the docent. Church building and statue of Paul Revere are impressive.
Was part of the Freedom Trail so we stopped by here and hung out outside on the bench. Lots of activity, in a great area.
This was a must on our tour of the Freedom Trail. We walked to all of the destinations on the trail. It is located in the North End of Boston and walking there was lovely. The church itself is VERY small and when we were...More
The walk to the church past the Paul Revere statue with the beautiful steeple beyond is impressive. The box pews had to be purchased for parishioners to use them back in the day we were told. They're very uncomfortable!
This church is very unique as you can see the cubicle style seating inside. I believe it is the oldest church building in Boston. It is certainly beautiful inside and is on the Freedom Trail. Visitors can make a donation if they wish.