Events are funded in part through generous grants from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati, the Lowell Institute, and the Revere Hotel.


Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride

The Paul Revere House 19 N Square, Boston, MA

What really happened on the night of April 18, 1775 and how did Paul Revere become part of our American mythology? Hear the real story from one of our experienced staff people during these drop-in talks.

“The ‘New’ Catholics Come to Town”

The Commons, Sargent Hall, Suffolk University 120 Tremont Street, Bsoton, MA, United States

Stephen Puleo, Author and Historian When thousands of immigrants from Southern Italy flocked to the North End in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, their Catholic religious practices shocked the Irish diocesan hierarchy. Stephen Puleo will discuss what this reveals about why this group left Italy, how they viewed religion, and how their presence […]

Paul Revere House Winter Book Fair

The Paul Revere House 19 N Square, Boston, MA

Local award winning author Stephen Puleo joins us again this December for a book signing event adjacent to our Museum Shop. Three of Steve’s most North End related books, Dark Tide, The Boston Italians, and A City So Grand, will be available to purchase in our shop and visitors are encouraged to bring their own […]

Meet “the Express that went from hence…after the Destruction of the Tea”

The Paul Revere House 19 N Square, Boston, MA

Join us to mark the 250th anniversary of Paul Revere’s first documented “Ride!” Though best known for his Midnight Ride on April 18th, 1775, Paul Revere actually began his brief career “riding Express” as a courier for the patriot movement on December 17th, 1773, the day after the now infamous Boston Tea Party. If you […]