Map & Directions
The Paul Revere House is located on the Freedom Trail between Faneuil Hall and Old North Church. The house is also within easy walking distance of other attractions — the New England Aquarium, City Hall Plaza, the Boston Common, Long Wharf cruises, Rose Kennedy Greenway, Harrison Gray Otis House, and Beacon Hill.
Our site can be reached by car, but the narrow one-way streets and very limited parking make the subway, walking, and bicycle the best options.
On the Freedom Trail (—) in Boston’s North End, follow the signs and the red brick line on the sidewalks. Ten minutes from Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market.
Green Line to Haymarket or Government Center; Blue Line to Aquarium or Government Center; Orange Line to Haymarket.
Using GPS: Our address is 19 North Square, Boston MA 02113. Make sure you don’t use “North Street” or “N Street” in your GPS or mapping app or you won’t find us!
From North: Route 93 South to Exit 17 – Government Center. Follow the ramp to the surface, staying to the left, and bear left at the light. Follow the signs for the North End onto Atlantic Avenue. Take a left on Richmond Street. Go three blocks to North Street, take a right. Stay to the left where the road splits, the Revere House is on the left.
From West: Route 90 East (Mass. Pike) to Route 93 North to Exit 17. Turn right at the first light onto North Street.
From South: Route 93 North to Exit 17. Turn right at the first light onto North Street.
Street parking near the Revere House is very limited. There are metered spots on Commercial Street. Parking is available in pay lots marked P on the map.
Blue Bikes is a great way to see the city. Nearest bike stations are Cross Street at Hanover Street or Lewis Wharf – Atlantic Avenue.
Easy connections by subway from Commuter Rail and Amtrak Stations
- From Back Bay Station: Orange Line to Haymarket.
- From South Station: Red Line subway to Downtown Crossing, change for Orange Line to Haymarket.
- From North Station: A 10-15 minute walk, or by Green Line or Orange Line to Haymarket.
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