North End Attractions Map


Tourist Attractions Map for North End Boston

The North End (Boston’s “Little Italy”) is one of the oldest neighborhoods with many authentic Italian restaurants, pastry shops and cafes. During the summer be sure to catch one of the many weekend festivals to honor patron saints.

Use the top buttons on the map to find other maps and get locations and information on Restaurants in the area. Use the arrows to navigate the city, the perfect way to get an overview of what each neighborhood has to offer. Go west to the West End of Boston. Use the Subway T Location Map to find the stations closest to your area of interest. If you prefer, you can go to the Boston Neighborhood Page to read a quick description of the Areas of Boston. The perfect way to plan your vacation to Boston.

Copp’s Hill
Copp’s Hill in the North End is Boston’s second oldest burying ground.

Old North Church
The Church was made famous when Robert Newman hung the two lanterns which started the Revolutionary War.

Paul Revere House
Downtown Boston’s oldest building and one of the only remaining from the Colonial period in American history.