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Situated along the Freedom Trail, this two-and-a-half-story wooden house in Boston's North End served as the home of Paul Revere when he set out on April 18, 1775 for that famous ride toward... Read More
Situated along the Freedom Trail, this two-and-a-half-story wooden house in Boston's North End served as the home of Paul Revere when he set out on April 18, 1775 for that famous ride toward Lexington. Built around 1680, and now recognized as a National Historic Landmark, the Revere House is the city's oldest building. A self-guided tour takes visitors through the home, which features colonial-era furniture as well as original silver made by Revere himself. The size of this home will surprise visitors and attest to the fact that people were built smaller all those years ago. Set in North Square, you'll feel the history on the cobblestone street before you even enter the home.
- Apr 15 - Oct 31: Daily 9:30am-5:15pm
- Nov 1 - Apr 14: Daily 9:30am-4:15pm
- Adult $3; Senior $2.50; Student $2.50; Child (5-17) $1
- Best for Historic Sites Because: Step back in time at the Paul Revere House where you'll get an inside look into how this colonist lived.
- Best for Attractions near Cruise Port Because: A look into America's cultural past can be found in the home of Paul Revere, a short can ride from the cruise port.
- Best for Attractions near TD Garden Because: A visit to Paul Revere House takes you into the home of this famous colonist and back in time.