OLD NORTH CHURCH
Freedom Trail attraction. Built in 1723, Old North is Boston’s oldest church building. While it played a pivotal role at the onset of the American Revolution, it is interesting to note that at the time the church was highly Loyalist. Its bells, which still ring, are the oldest church bells in North America. Learn more on in-depth “Behind the Scenes” tours that visit the steeple and the crypt, offered daily ($3-5). Admission to the Old North Church & Historic Sites (Old North, Captain Jackson’s Historic Chocolate Shop, the gardens, etc) $8 for adults, $6 for students/seniors/military, $4 for children ages 6-18. Free for Boston residents, EBT cardholders, children under 5 years old, the Old North Church congregation, and Historic Site members. April 1-Nov. 15, open daily 9 am-6 pm; Nov.
16-March 31, open daily 10 am-4 pm. 193 Salem St., 617.858.8231.