Paul Revere House

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Paul Revere House

Freedom Trail attraction. Built in 1680, Paul Revere’s former home is the oldest wooden house still standing in Boston, and he owned it from 1770-1800. Today, this building is on the National Historic Register and has been restored to a late 17th-century appearance. A visit here is largely self-guided and offers insight on domesticity in the early Colonial era and about the Revere family. Open daily 9:30 am-5:15 pm. Admission: $1-5.

Address: 
19 N Square
Boston, MA 02113
United States
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Map of Paul Revere House