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Old North Church & Historic Site Celebrates Independence Day Weekend

Presented by Old North Church & Historic Site at Old North Church & Historic Site, Boston MA

Jul 03 2021
Old North Church & Historic Site Celebrates Independence Day Weekend

The Old North Church & Historic Site Celebrates Independence Day Weekend With Paul Revere Readings, Live Music and a Book Signing featuring Make Way for Ducklings Sculptor Nancy Schön on Saturday, July 3.

BOSTON – The Old North Church & Historic Site will celebrate Independence Day weekend with a one-day family friendly event on Saturday, July 3 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This year’s festivities will include the MIT Guild of Bellringers ringing of Old North Church’s eight change ringing bells, dramatic readings of Longfellow’s Paul Revere’s Ride poem, an organ performance featuring patriotic music by Dr. Libor Dudas, the Middlesex County Volunteer Fife & Drums, and a book signing with

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Old North Church & Historic Site

193 Salem Street, Boston, MA 02113

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There are only five metered visitor parking spots in the vicinity of the Old North Church & Historic Site, which are almost always full. We recommend you park at a nearby lot or garage, such as the parking lot at the corner of Hull and Commercial Streets or in the North End Garage, located at 600 Commercial Street. For more information on parking locations near the North End, please visit NorthEndBoston.com/park.

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