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News outlet North End Waterfront recently featured an article about the new Paul Revere House Education and Visitor Center.read more
The Paul Revere Memorial Association will open its new Education and Visitor Center at Lathrop Place to the public on Saturday December 3, 2016.read more
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.read more
Our Fall Paul Revere’s Boston events try to bring life in 18th century Boston into focus through living history demonstrations of all kinds.read more
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.read more
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.read more