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This year finds the Revere House marking some very important anniversaries throughout April and May. During April School Vacation Week, the 243rd anniversary of Paul Revere’s Ride and the 110th anniversary of the opening of the Revere House as a museum fall on the...
Each summer month at the Revere House offers a mix of 18th c music, colonial trades and stories of real people who lived in the time of Paul Revere. Come explore with your family, bring a friend to see our new Visitor Center, or enjoy a moment of the past by yourself. All events are included the price of admission: adults $5, seniors & college students $4.50, children 5-17 $1. Members and North End residents admitted free at all times.
News outlet North End Waterfront recently featured an article about the new Paul Revere House Education and Visitor Center.
The Paul Revere Memorial Association will open its new Education and Visitor Center at Lathrop Place to the public on Saturday December 3, 2016.
The North End / Waterfront neighborhood is home to three of the top ten largest museums in Massachusetts, according to 2015 attendance data published this week by the Boston Business Journal.
It’s shaping up to be another record attendance year at the Paul Revere House, making its latest expansion efforts all the more timely! The most famous home in Boston’s North End will soon be joined by the opening of a 3,600 sq-ft Education & Visitor Orientation Center in an abutting 1835 building that is being fully restored. Fundraising is nearly complete entering the “topping off” stage as part of $4 million multi-year effort. As part of that effort, the PRH has launched a new program to raise $10,000 through a social-media based “Midnight Rider” campaign.