Paul Revere House
|Address:||19 North Square, Boston, MA, 2113|
|Price:||Adults: $3.00, Seniors/Students: $2.50, Children (5-17): $1.00, Group Rates Available|
|Discounts:||Discount available with Boston Explorer Pass|
Admission included with Go Boston Card
|Hours:||Apr 15 - Oct 31: Daily 9:30am - 5:15pm|
Nov 1 - Apr 14: Daily 9:30am - 4:15pm
|Season:||Closed Mondays January through March.|
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.
The Paul Revere House is a US National Historic Landmark and a nonprofit museum open to the public year round. Located in Boston's North End, the museum is situated on the Freedom Trail between The Old North Church and Faneuil Hall. Built in 1680 for Robert Howard, a wealthy Boston merchant, Paul Revere and his family moved to this North End residence in 1770. The Revere family lived in the home during the American Revolution, eventually moving out in 1800. The structure is a wood beam frame with three stories. Although several renovations have been made to the property over the course of 300+ years, most of the architectural elements have been restored to their original designs. Visitors should plan 30 to 45 minutes to tour The Paul Revere House and its grounds.
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