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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%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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19 North Sq, Boston, MA 02113-2405
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+1 617-523-2338
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Used my Boston Go card to see this place. I recommend waiting for a docent to guide you through the house so you can learn more than what is written on the exhibits. It was definitely a cool place for a history buff, and definitely...More

Thank evelilei
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped and toured the Paul Revere House while in Boston, and while I think it is a great concept and was an interesting tour, it seemed rather blah overall. The house is small and can feel claustrophobic when crowded (which it was when we...More

Thank cfertenb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We really enjoyed this visit.This venue is a must visit for any history buff who wants to see how bostonions lived in the 1700's.

Thank Nick B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The house is kind of blah, frankly, as is the connected museum. Everything is explained well-enough, but who wants to visit an historical site only to stand around reading? So much history abounds in this great city, many more exciting, involving sites exist. If you...More

Thank LoafJugThouTree
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I liked the Paul Revere House, but the North Church was more interesting. A lot of the items in the house are from the time of Revere, but weren't his. There were guides standing around, but with the exception of one woman, they only answered...More

1  Thank GofromCA
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is walking distance from the waterfront and market. Located in the Italian section. Good stop that you can visit in about 30 minutes to walk thru and look at historic items and information. You self walk into the house and they have historians ready...More

Thank TikiTravels
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was $5/person to walk thru the house. It was interesting, but not as exciting as I hoped. You get to walk thru the 2 bottom rooms and up the steep stairs to the 2nd floor 2 rooms.

Thank historictourfan
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Unlike some other reviewers, we found the tour of this house to be very interesting. Maybe it depends on the tour guide, but ours gave us lots of very interesting tidbits on the history of housing in Boston (much as reflected in that house) as...More

Thank Julie32159
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Your biggest challenge would be getting there as parking in Boston is limited. It was a bit crowded on the weekend. Very affordable. It's THEE house he left from. Oldest house in Boston I think. A bit cramped in there. I have a very hard...More

Thank eja117
PaulRevereHouse, Interpretation & Visitor Services Director at The Paul Revere House, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks for your review! Despite being old and small we are wheelchair accessible! Built in 1680, we are the oldest house in downtown Boston. Try to check out the 2 other 17th c. houses in the Dorchester neighborhood: the Blake House (the oldest) and the...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was great seeing how people lived back then. The house was smaller than it looks from the outside, but still worth the fee to visit

Thank Avrin2
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.