The Paul Revere House in Boston

The Paul Revere House in Boston’s North End is the home where Revere and his family lived starting in 1770. It is also the oldest house within the original borders of Boston, built around 1680. Its address is 19 North Square in Boston.

The house is open starting at 9:30 A.M., and stays open until 4:15 P.M. with an extra hour (until 5:15) from April 15 to October 31. It is closed closed on Mondays in January through March, and on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.

We encourage you to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the writing of “Paul Revere’s Ride” with a visit to the Revere House this year. A new display looks at the poem that made Paul Revere famous and the legacy that “Paul Revere’s Ride” inspired. See a selection of artworks, objects, postcards, and “ridebilia” that has celebrated the actions—real and fictionalized—of this legendary patriot. This display is located inside the Paul Revere House museum and is included in the price of admission.

The admission price is:
  • Adults: $3.50
  • Seniors and College Students: $3.00
  • Children aged 5-17: $1.00
Children under age 5 and North End residents admitted free at all times.

The Paul Revere Memorial Association owns and operates the Paul Revere House and the neighboring Pierce-Hichborn House (c. 1711), historic houses and museums located along Boston’s Freedom Trail. In addition to welcoming over 200,000 visitors each year, the PRMA also presents a full spectrum of programs for school children and adult visitors; maintains an important collection of Revere related furniture, artifacts, documents and memorabilia; pursues an active publications program including a quarterly newsletter; and supports ongoing research by staff and outside scholars on Paul Revere’s life, the history of the Colonial era; and the history of the PRMA site and the North End from the late seventeenth century to the present.