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Meet your guide in the North End, Boston’s historic Little Italy, and set off on a walking tour through a neighborhood that boasts some of the best pizza in the country. Following the Freedom Trail, you’ll walk through picturesque neighborhoods like the Blackstone Block, Beacon Hill, Charleston and, of course, the North End.

Along the 2.5-mile route, you’ll see 16 historic sites, including the oldest surviving structure in downtown Boston, the Paul Revere House, and the Old North Church. Your guide then leads you to the North End, where you’ll taste slices at three of the more than 50 pizzerias that line the cobblestone streets of the North End.
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The Paul Revere House
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Eat your way through Boston on a walking food tour that combines a history lesson with a delicious, three-stop pizza lunch. Follow the Freedom Trail to historic sites like Old North Church, the USS ‘Constitution,’ and Paul Revere’s House. Plus, sample slices from Boston’s oldest pizzeria, Regina Pizzeria, and two other celebrated shops for an authentic experience of the historic North End ‘Little Italy’ neighborhood.
  • Get a history education and walking food tour in one combined outing
  • Learn about America’s past as you follow the Freedom Trail through Boston
  • Visit three pizzerias and enjoy a delicious slice, included in tour cost, at each
  • Experience the charming North End, Little Italy, with a knowledgeable guide
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Pizza of history in the North End

Highlights: 1. Knowledgeable and engaging tour guide (Sam) 2. Great pizza 🍕 3. Several fascinating stops at historical points of interest with time for discussion (particularly liked the Prof Longfellow talk and cemetery/narrowest house in boston) Lowlights: 1. Not a critism of the tour itself...More

Thank Andy B
Reviewed 1 week ago
Who knew pizza could be so interesting!

I found Boston Pizza Tours on Groupon and thought it would be a great activity to do with my 4 adult children and their significant others. We showed up at the Tony DeMarco Boxers Statue just as we were told and there was our tour...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent tour!

Took this tour yesterday with my 13 year old daughter. We had a great time, it was the perfect combination of food and history. The walking was also just the right amount. It was neat to be able to compare the different styles of pizza....More

1  Thank Rita M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
If you love Pizza, it doesn't get any better than this

I really enjoyed the tour, especially the mouthwatering pizza slices we got to try from three of Boston's top pizza spots. I especially liked that we also got a bit of a historic tour integrated into the tour overall - which made it even more...More

Thank Fatima A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great pizza, interesting history and a knowledgeable guide!

My son and I both really enjoyed the pizza tour. Sean was informative, friendly, and infinitely patient with my endless questions. I enjoyed the pizza far more than I thought I would, and my son enjoyed the history more than he expected: a win-win! I...More

Thank Tracy G
BostonPizzaTours, General Manager at Boston Pizza Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Pizza and History is always a "win-win" with Boston Pizza Tours! Happy to hear that you liked Sean's tour. Thank you for the review, Tracy.

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Marcy O
10 August 2018|
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Response from Rita M | Reviewed this property |
You don't have an option for toppings but all the pizzas are cheese only.
Jessica S
23 May 2018|
Response from James S | Reviewed this property |
It was about 2.5 hours. Would definitely recommend
Carolyn M
4 May 2018|
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Response from Waidesworld | Reviewed this property |
The freedom trail is not just the North End, whereas this one is. On this tour you see Copps Burying Ground, The Old North Church and Paul Revere's House. The FT covers from Boston Common to Bunker Hill. Google the... More
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