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 college students, and $1.00 for children 5-17. Members and North End residents admitted free at all times.

Traditions of the Season at the Paul Revere House

Saturday, Dec. 2 and Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017; 9:30 AM – 4:15 PM

Admission on December 2nd and 3rd: adults $6.00, seniors and college students $5.00, children ages 5-17 $1.00

Experience the joys of holiday seasons past in Boston’s North End. Learn about 17th c. Thanksgiving observances, hear 18th c. music, taste colonial flavors, and buy goods made by local craftspeople for New Years gifts just like Paul Revere did!

Artisans working in traditional techniques to produce useful reproductions offer their wares for sale from 12 to 4 PM on both Saturday and Sunday in our new Visitor Center. Enjoy complimentary refreshments of mulled cider and delicious treats based on early American recipes served on the first floor of the Pierce/Hichborn House. Each afternoon from 12 to 4 PM R. P. Hale plays overtures, melodies, and Anglican Advent songs on a harpsichord and hammered dulcimer.


 Have you ever wondered what life was like for kids in 18th century Boston?

Wednesday, February 21st 1:30 to 3:30 and Thursday, February 22nd 10:30 to 12:30 – Drop-In Family Activities: Colonial Kids Corner

Try on reproduction colonial clothes, just like the ones Paul Revere’s kids wore, write with quill pens, or play an 18th century game with your family members. Free with admission.

Friday, February 23rd at 10:00 & 2:00 – Hands-on Tours of the Paul Revere House

Designed to bring our oldest historic house to life by offering opportunities to engage with reproduction objects in each room and to consider 17th and 18th century life from a kids-eye-view, the approximately 30 minute tour is aimed at families. Free with admission.

On the Freedom Trail, in Boston’s historic North End, the Revere House was home to patriot and silversmith Paul Revere from 1770 to 1800. Revere left from the house in 1775 to begin the ride that Henry Wadsworth Longfellow immortalized in the poem, “Paul Revere’s Ride.” Built c. 1680, the Revere House is the oldest house in downtown Boston. For further information about the Revere House, please visit