North End Pizza Tour

Duration: 2.5 Hours

Location: All tours start in Boston's North End. Meet your guide at the corner of Hanover Street and Cross Street, near the Tony DeMarco boxers statue

All pizza eaters

39.00

USD

Tickets are non-refundable, and tours run Rain or Shine. At least a 72 hour notice is required for rescheduling any tour.

Discover Boston's oldest neighborhood first settled in 1630, and experience FIVE Freedom Trail sites on a history walk through Little Italy.

  • Perfect activity for pizza lovers that like history, or history lovers that like pizza.
  • No counting calories on a walking, food tour. At the end there's nothing left but the flavor and fond memories!
  • Our fun and educational food tours are an easy walk for almost anyone, young or old.

Perfect for all ages

Vegetarian friendly

Restrooms available

Size of the tour group will be 16 people or less.


What to Expect

Meet your guide near the Tony DeMarco boxers statue in Boston’s North End.  From there you will enjoy a leisurely stroll through Boston’s oldest neighborhood, first settled in 1630.  See the sights as you walk in the footsteps of Revolutionary Patriots like Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and George Washington.  Also known as Boston’s Little Italy, Italian is still spoken in the quaint, cobblestone streets of the North End.  During this fun and educational history walk you’ll see five Freedom Trail sites, plus enjoy three different slices from some of Boston’s very best pizzerias.  Pizzerias on tour can rotate from day to day, and may include – a slice named in the “Top 25 Best” in America, a slice from Boston’s oldest Pizzeria with a brick oven from 1883, a slice voted “Boston’s Best” multiple times, or from a restaurant named one of the “Top 10 Best” Italian restaurants in the World!  Your tour will conclude near the Tony DeMarco statue with a pizza treat, and a vote for your favorite pizza slice on tour.

Walk in the footsteps of Revolutionary Patriots as you see the sights, learn the history, and of course - eat the pizza!

Paul Revere house

See Boston's oldest home (c1680) and learn how folks lived during Revolutionary times.

Clough house

Enjoy old-world Print shop and a Chocolate making demonstrations at a home built in 1714.

Old North church

Get inside Boston's oldest standing church building (c1723) - One if by Land, Two if by Sea!

Copp's Hill burying ground

Visit Boston's 2nd oldest burying ground, and learn about the Salem Witch Trial connection.

Copp's Hill Terrace

Get a birds-eye view of Charlestown Navy Yard, USS Constitution and Bunker Hill memorial.


Where to Meet

Public transportation (MBTA subway / commuter rail) is recommended for getting around Boston. The closest subway stops are Haymarket (orange & green lines) and Aquarium (blue line), with commuter rail service at North Station.

Parking garages and open air parking lots are also available within a 5 minute walk from where our tours start. There are pen air parking lots along Commercial Street and Atlantic Avenue in the Northend, or garages at Aquarium and Haymarket.

Meeting Location

1252 Cross St
Boston, MA 02113, USA

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Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

Tours often sell-out. To maximize your chances of getting the day, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance. Tickets can only be purchased with a Visa, AMEX, or MasterCard from our website or by calling. Cash and/or walk-up traffic the day of the tours are not accepted.

The best way to get around Boston is the subway system or MBTA. Parking is available at nearby parking garages, on the street, or find discounted parking by using SpotHero.

Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can accommodate your needs.

Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations.

You should bring with you a camera and a small bottle of water. When it’s really hot out, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body and a lightweight pair of sunglasses. During the cooler seasons it’s important to wear and an extra layer of clothing, and consider bringing gloves and a scarf as Boston can get COLD. If it looks like rain, don’t forget an umbrella. It’s also convenient to bring cash, as some of our stops are cash only – drinks, souvenirs, guide tips etc..

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We are frequent visitors to Boston and loved this tour! We learned so much about the North End! The Pizza was delicious. The pace was just right. Highly recommend Boston Pizza Tours to visitors to our beautiful city! Thanks for a great afternoon!!

CapeGirl57 via TripAdvisor