Ultimate Guide to North End Parking Tips

Last Updated: March 28, 2016

boston north end parkingBoston’s North End is known as Little Italy and for good reason.  People travel from near and far for a taste of authentic Italian Cuisine right here in this blessed United States.  Whether you plan to chow down on a cannoli while sipping cappuccino or step back into time through explore Paul Revere’s home, North End has an abundance of great entertainment, food, and education.

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Top North End Attractions

Sports Museum of New England

Check our the Sports Museum of New England while you’re on Boston’s North End.  Featuring interactive exhibits and tributes to all time New England sports favorites, as well as historic artifacts from the Boston Garden, a sports fan could spend hours here!

Bumpkin Island

Bumpkin Island is the perfect urban getaway.  Sit back and relax on lush green fields or slate and shell beaches.  Walk along winding flower lined trails or sit under an old shade tree to just relax.

The Paul Revere House

“The British are coming!”  Step into the old home of the legendary Paul Revere.  This beautiful colonial has been restored and converted into a museum.  Here you can get a glimpse into the life of Paul Revere and learn more about America’s great heritage.

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Old North Church

“One if by land and two if by sea” was the order given for Robert Newman to signal from the steeple of the church to warn of the approach of the British.  As Boston’s oldest church building, the bells in the steeple of the Old North Church were the first to be brought into America.  Tour the Old North Church as a part of the Freedom Trail or get a more in-depth look with the Behind the Scenes tour.

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Copp’s Hill Burying Ground

Explore the second oldest burying ground in Boston.   Here lie the remains of Robert Newman and many of Boston’s artisans, merchants and crafts people from North End’s early days.

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North End Parking Advice

North End parking can be quite tricky, since most streets enforce the Resident Permit Parking regulations.  With limited visitor spaces, which only allow 2 hour parking anyway, it’s best to find a paid garage or lot to park in while visiting North End.  Some areas may restrict residential parking to evening hours, but they can vary, so it’s best to observe all posted parking signs to avoid getting one of those loathed orange envelopes stuck on your windshield.

Best North End Parking Resources

  • SpotHero – book discounted parking in North End garages online in advance
  • Google Maps – view this map of North End parking garages and get directions to them
  • North End Parking Garage – read reviews and get contact information for this garage at 600 Commercial Street
  • NorthEndBoston.com – get information about North End parking locations on the street and in garages
  • Boston.com – read tips from locals on dealing with North End parking
  • Parcel 7 Parking Garage (Yelp) – read customer reviews of this garage at 136 Blackstone Street
  • Yelp – read customer reviews of North End parking garages
  • Pilgrim Parking – view the parking rates at this regional company’s North End parking garage
  • TripAdvisor – read the tips, tricks and advice of TripAdvisor users on North End parking
  • Parkopedia – compare North End parking rates on the street and in lots and garages
  • The North End Business Directory – get the contact information and addresses of North End parking garages

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