Old North Church (Photo Credit: Kristen Fenton)
Old North Church 193 Salem St. Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-6676
Perhaps the most famous church in Boston, the Old North Church, or Christ Church in the City of Boston, is known for its role in the first battle of the American Revolution. On April 18, 1775, the sexton of the church lit two lanterns in the church’s steeple. It was a sign that the British were moving inland by sea. This Georgian church was founded in 1722 and has more than one claim to fame. Paul Revere was once a bell ringer for the church. Visitors are welcome to tour this church every day "
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