Built around 1680, this house is the oldest building in downtown Boston. It served as the home of silversmith Paul Revere and his family from 1770 to 1800. Paul Revere is famous for his "midnight ride" to Lexington, Massachusetts informing Samuel Adams and John Hancock that the British were coming to arrest them.
In the 19th century, hundreds of Irish, Italian, and Jewish immigrants to the North End lived in the Paul Revere House and in the 20th century, the house was restored and converted to a museum. The site is owned and operated by The Paul Revere Memorial Association.Visit this historical site and learn more about the life of Paul Revere.
|Location||19 North Square, North End|
Aprl 15 - October 31: 9:30AM - 5:15PM
Closed: Mondays in January, February, and March, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.
|Tours||Available through the Paul Revere Memorial Association|
|Admission||Adults: $3.50, Seniors & Students: $3.00, Children (5-17): $1.00|
More Information via the Paul Revere Memorial Association
|Attribution||Content provided by the Paul Revere Memorial Assocation.|