The Paul Revere House is a historical Boston Attraction that was once home to one of the most well-known members of the Sons of Liberty.
About the Paul Revere House:
Imagine being able to walk through the door of the home of one of the most well-known Bostonians in history. You can do just that when you visit this Boston Attraction. See the home of one of the Sons of Liberty, the man made famous for his midnight ride and for all of his other involvement in the American Revolution.
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel – A Boston Hotel is located near many important historic sites. This Boston Attraction is one of 16 that are included on the Freedom Trail.
The Paul Revere House was the Revere’s family home from 1770 to 1800. In 1908, Revere’s grandson opened the home as a museum. This historical Boston Attraction has been made to look as it would have during the time that Revere lived there. It’s a fascinating look at life in the Colonies and into the life of a Patriot.
An impressive 90% of the structure is original, so you will be walking on the floors on which Revere may have paced before leaving the home to begin his famous midnight ride. After enjoying a self-guided tour through the house, step out back. On display are items that were crafted by Paul Revere & Sons. Some don’t know that he was a master silversmith, and when you visit this Boston Attraction you will see a bolt from the USS Constitution, a 900-pound bell and other items.
Don’t miss your chance to step back into one of the most important times in the nation’s history. Learn about the fascinating man, his passion for liberty, his work and his family. Add this Boston Attraction to your list of can’t-miss historical sites during your next stay at The Boston Park Plaza Hotel – A Boston Hotel.
April 15 through October 31: 9:30 to 5:15
November 1 through April 14: 9:30 to 4:15
The Paul Revere House is closed on Mondays from January through March. This Boston Attraction is also closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
$3.50 for adults
$1 for children ages 5 to 17