A part of the Freedom Trail and the home of one of the key figures of American Revolution - Paul Revere. In April 1775, this man rode to Concord to alert the Americans that the British forces are coming. He didn’t actually make it because he was stopped by the British. Nevertheless, he became famous thanks to the poem by H. W. Longfellow called Paul Revere's Ride.
This house was a home to Paul Revere and his family. After Revere sold the house, it was used for variety of purposes – as a candy store, a bank and even a cigar factory. Nowadays, it houses a museum.
Apr 15 - Oct 31: 9:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Nov 1 - Apr 14: 9:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
This sight features in Walk Into History Tour & North End offered by the Freedom Trail Foundation.
Tours leave daily from the ArtsBoston BOSTIX booth at Faneuil Hall during the season. See the official website to book a date.
Closed on Mondays in Jan, Feb and Mar, and also on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Seniors, students: $4.50
Children (5-17): $1.00
Official website http://paulreverehouse.org/
More information http://www.thefreedomtrail.org/freedom-trail/paul-revere-house.shtml
Address 19 North Square, 02113
Coordinates 42°21'49.444" N -71°3'13.284" E