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The Paul Revere House

19 North Sq, Boston, MA 02113-2405
+1 617-523-2338
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This National Historic Landmark is the home from which silversmith Paul Revere, in 1775, set out on his famous midnight ride to warn his compatriots that the British were coming. You can view the colonial furnishings and the famous Revere silver, including a 900-pound bell in the back yard.
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  • Average24%
  • Poor4%
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19 North Sq, Boston, MA 02113-2405
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+1 617-523-2338
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Reviewed yesterday

Love seeing how they lived and it was great to visualize it while looking at the rooms and such. We went almost near closing and it was the best yet because I was able to read at my pace with a crowd waiting their turn.

Thank LovDru
Reviewed 2 days ago

There is a nominal fee of about $5/person to visit the Paul Revere house. Note that they accept cash only. This is the original house lived in by Paul Revere at the time of the Revolutionary War, although it's been updated since then. It is...More

Thank SnowyShasta
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you have time I recommend stopping. Price is $5 for adults and $1 for kids under 17. It is quick and includes a fair amount of history on Revere and his family.

Thank traveler_12121
Reviewed 6 days ago

We really loved the chance to tour Paul Revere's actual home. Strangely you cannot take ANY photos, though, which I don't understand. But worth the nominal fee for entrance.

Thank Jill H
Reviewed 6 days ago

Paul Revere's actual house from late 1700's. Not a huge attraction, but worth a visit and also cost to help support it's place in histroy

Thank RobBflo1
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a definite Must - See place for everyone. The restoration work, displays and information create a really understanding of Paul Revere's role in Boston Society, the nature of the times, and the daily lifestyle. It adds signficant depth to history.

Thank PhilViking
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visiting the historic Paul Revere House in Boston was the highlight of our trip. It was well kept and well preserved. Although the guy who greeted us and guided us regarding the artifacts on the first floor was robotic in his deliverance of the details...More

Thank GhenTravelbug
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Paul Revere House is one of the stops on the Freedom Trail. It is a beautiful building with very nice historical interiors. There are guides telling you about the house history and how people used to live there and if you want even more...More

Thank EvaF2Eva
Reviewed 1 week ago

While in Boston you really should take the time to visit the Paul Revere House, it's a piece of the national history. Reasonably priced at $5. Line-ups can look long, but it doesn't take long for the lines to move. Disappointed however that you are...More

Thank Pamela M
Reviewed 1 week ago

This Episcopal Church requires members to buy their own pews. Each pew is in its own box with a door. Paul Revere was a revolutionary patriot and his signal lanterns were displayed in the steeple on April 18, 1775, warning the people of the advance...More

Thank ASchlarb
North End
Wandering around Boston’s North End can feel like
being transported to Europe. Stroll down Hanover and
Salem streets for the finest Italian restaurants,
bakeries, cafes, and a few boutique shops. Take part
in the big debate as to whether Modern Pastry or
Mike’s serves a better cannoli. Before your food coma
sets in, make sure to stop by historic Paul Revere’s
home, and follow the Freedom Trail to Old North Church
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30 July 2017|
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Response from ct782 | Reviewed this property |
You can probably spend 1 to 1 1/2 hrs if you read all the things in the museum or 1/2 hour to walk through the house
Don K
27 February 2017|
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Response from PaulRevereHouse | Property representative |
nononsense is correct. Most visitors come to us by walking the Freedom Trail, but we are only a short walk from 3 different subway stops: Haymarket, Government Center or Aquarium (serving the Green, Blue and Orange lines... More
6 February 2015|
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Response from Randall R | Reviewed this property |
Paul Rever House is not a hotel, it is a very small cool museum.