Current Hours:

10:00 AM to 5:15 PM

Groups require advanced reservations, all other visitors can purchase tickets at the admissions booth when you arrive.

A logo of Paul Revere riding a galloping horse. top text reads "Riding to Revolution," bottom text reads "For 250 Years"




Did you know that Paul Revere made a number of rides as a messenger both before and after the now famous midnight ride of April 18th 1775?  As we commemorate the 250th anniversary of the rides Revere made in 1774, we want to share this important history with you.  To learn more read Paul Revere’s “Other” Rides.

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Visitor Information

Find everything you need to plan your trip to the Paul Revere House.


Book your school or group reservation. We have programs for learners of all ages.

Special Events

Meet colonial reenactors, watch colonial craft demonstrations, hear concerts of early American music, enjoy family activities and special tours.

The Man

Learn about Paul Revere, his revolutionary acts, his family, and his business ventures.

The Ride

What really happened on the evening of April 18, 1775? Discover the true story of Paul Revere’s legendary midnight ride.

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Visit, join, contribute, or donate to our collection and ensure that learners of all ages encounter the compelling legacy of Paul Revere.

Revere Express

Blog posts keep you up to date with all things Revere related. Check out our archives to see posts related to public health in the Colonial period, who saved the Revere House in 1902, and more!

Revere House Radio

Hear ye, hear ye! From the true story of the midnight ride and author interviews, to updates about what’s happening at the Revere House and around Boston, tune in to hear the latest news,