CURRENT HEALTH and SAFETY GUIDELINES
We reserve the right to refuse admission or ask visitors to leave if they do not follow our health and safety guidelines.
If anyone in your party is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or if you believe you may have been exposed to the virus, please do not visit at this time.
We continue to require masks for everyone inside the museum, regardless of vaccination status for the safety of visitors, especially children and those who are still completing their immunizations.
Disposable and cloth masks are available in the museum store.
For information about ADA accommodations, contact Interpretation & Visitor Services Director, Kristin Peszka (617-523-2338 or firstname.lastname@example.org) and please identify yourself at the admissions window when you arrive.
Capacity Limits and Social Distancing
We are operating with capacity restrictions to comply with required state and local regulations. Groups begin at 10-minute intervals. Waits may be longer than usual.
When it is your turn to enter, follow staff instructions to proceed. There are floor markings to help you maintain a 6ft distance between your party, other parties, and staff.
Hand sanitizer is available at the entrance and exit.
Cash is preferred—with cash, the full value of your ticket goes to the museum’s support!
There are ATMs on Hanover Street, one block away.
Touchless payment available through PayPal
Before you arrive:
- Download the PayPal: Mobile Cash app from your app store
- Follow instructions to set up a PayPal account
- Receive confirmation email
- Add bank account, credit, or debit card
At the ticket window:
- Scan our QR code
- Enter the payment and send
- Show your payment sent screen
We also accept Amex, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover with a $10 minimum.
To accommodate reduced visitor capacity, interpretive signage has been reduced or removed. You can view this additional information either before or after your visit at our labels page.
Restrooms and Drinking Water
Restrooms and water fountains are not currently available. There are public facilities nearby at Quincy Market.
The museum is cleaned daily with CDC-recommended products for historic sites and museums, including disinfecting high-touch areas.
Subject To Change
Please note these policies are subject to change without notice as the situation demands.
Before You Arrive
We are committed to making the Paul Revere House welcoming to all. Visit our accessibility page for more information.
Food and Drink
Food, drinks, and gum are not allowed. We do not have a picnic area, but there are several parks nearby.
There are many places to eat near the museum. The North End is a dining destination for Italian food, and there are restaurants, cafes, and bakery options on almost every block.
Due to capacity limits, we are unable to accommodate groups at this time. Please see What We Offer to make your plans for when reservations re-open.
Visit our museum shop for books, reproductions, toys, and more. Selected items are available in our online shop.
Personal photos are only allowed in the outdoor Courtyard area but not inside the historic buildings. For commercial photography or filming, visit our News Room.
Paul Revere was the father of 16, so we welcome young children! Exhibit spaces cannot accommodate strollers. However, we have plenty of stroller parking space in our Courtyard.
We have written information available in Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Please ask our admissions booth staff for maps, directions, and visitor information. They can also assist with lost and found and first aid.