Join us for a virtual tour of the iconic Old North Church.
The enduring fame of Old North Church began on the evening of April 18, 1775, when church sexton Robert Newman and vestryman Capt. John Pulling Jr. climbed the steeple and held high two lanterns as a signal that the British were marching to Lexington and Concord “by sea” across the Charles River. That fateful event ignited the battles at Concord and Lexington and launched the American Revolution.
The virtual tour experience:
• An hour-long exploration of Old North Church, National Historic Landmark and one of Boston’s busiest historic sites.
• An overview of Old North Church’s history and the events that led up to the fateful lantern signal.
• An up-close look at our art and artifacts, including our famous box pews, 17th century cherubs, and our 1759 organ.
• Q & A with our Educator
$15 tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/old-north-church-virtual-tour-tickets-151859183907?aff=calendar
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.