Take a self-guided tour through the well-preserved home of Paul Revere and his family. For over 20 years the Revere family lived in this home, including during the American Revolution. Learn about the man who worked as a silversmith and discover how he became an American legend from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's 1860 publication "Paul Revere's Ride."
Walk through the Education and Visitor Center for exhibits on Paul Revere and the American Revolution. In the House, interpreters are available to answer your questions.
For current hours of operation and to learn more about The Paul Revere House's programs, exhibits, and tours, visit the The Paul Revere House website.
The Paul Revere House is a National Parks of Boston partner site operated by the Paul Revere Memorial Association.
Service animals are welcome.
Before going to The Paul Revere House, please see its Before You Arrive page for more information on visiting the historic home.
The Paul Revere House is fully accessible for individuals who use wheelchairs or are mobility impaired. The house is accessible on the first floor via the courtyard ramps. The second floor is accessed by taking the elevator in the visitor center and then connecting to the house via the walkway. There are also materials for visually impaired and deaf/hard of hearing individuals. Service animals are welcome. Please check The Paul Revere House's Accessibility page for more information.
Last updated: June 21, 2021