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Winter 2018 Events

From November 1st to April 14th the Revere House is open daily from 9:30 AM to 4:15 PM except for Mondays in January, February, and March. The museum is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Regular admission is $5.00 for adults, $4.50 for seniors and...

Summer 2017 Events

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.

Summer 2017 Events at the Paul Revere House

Summer 2017 Events at the Paul Revere House 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...

Spring 2017 Events at the Paul Revere House

Our April Vacation events invite you and your family to put yourselves in the shoes of Paul Revere, his wife, Rachel, their family and friends during the start of the American Revolution. What would you write to loved ones during times of extreme turmoil and stress? Would you be practical or romantic? Maybe both! In May we hope you will visit on Saturdays to discover some of the unique charms of life in Colonial Boston.

Traditions of the Season at the Paul Revere House

Visit the Paul Revere House during the first weekend in December and be amongst the first to experience our new Education and Visitor Center at Lathrop Place. This restored 1835 rowhouse, built on property that once belonged to Paul Revere, seamlessly incorporates original historic features – foundations, fireplaces, and stairways – with modern museum amenities, exhibits, a museum shop, and public restrooms.

Special thanks to Marge and Ben Edwards and their son Ben L. Edwards of Walking Boston for generously funding the redesign of our website.

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