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North End

Learn more about the tight-knit community in the North End.

The home of Paul Revere is one of the most visited neighborhoods in the City of Boston. The North End is the hub the Italian-American community. It’s character is woven through the neighborhoods narrow yet vibrant streets that boast some of the best restaurants and old world cafes the City has to offer.

The waterfront of the North End is home to various outdoor recreation spaces, including a skating rink and baseball fields. The Mirabella Pool, one of only two Boston Centers for Youth and Families outdoor swimming facilities, opens up in the summer. With so much to offer the North End is one of the premier destinations in the City.

Key locations

Old North Church
  • 193 Salem Street
  • Hours: Open to the public every day from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Paul Revere House
  • 19 North Square
  • Hours: Open to the public every day from 9:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Copp’s Hill Burying Ground
  • Hull Street
  • Hours: Open to the public daily from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Upcoming events

Small business resource workshop
Apr 5

Contracting with the City Info Session

Kitten sitting on a window sill
Apr 25

City of Boston dog licensing and low-cost rabies clinic

Latest news

BCYF Bee Top Three
Mar 20

Boston’s Best Spellers Celebrated at 10th Annual Citywide Spelling Bee

Boston Centers for Youth & Families
Mayor Walsh greets children as he enters a school.
Mar 17

2017 City scholarship applications now available to Boston residents

Education Cabinet
George Wright golf course
Mar 6

Free Parks Dept. indoor golf clinics begin March 27

Parks and Recreation
Mayor Walsh spoke at the Boston Municipal Research Bureau Shattuck Awards
Mar 1

Mayor Walsh's remarks to the Boston Municipal Research Bureau

Mayor's Office