This house has been preserved very well to reflect the era. Very interesting to see the way they lived back then.
The Paul Revere House is not very big: there are only 3 restored rooms to see in this tiny house. It is nevertheless a very interesting place to visit as it shows what life was like for ordinary people during the Revolutionary era in Boston as opposed to the rest of the Freedom Trail, which concentrates on grand public buildings.... More
We popped in to the Paul revere house on our stroll along the freedom trail. Although the house is tiny (as expected for the time it was built) the staff were knowledgeable and enthusiastic and there were quite a few artifacts to see. The house took us about half hour to look around and for the entrance price of $3.50... More
We came by the Paul Revere House while walking the Freedom Trail. You immediately recognize the building as you come through North Square. It was built in 1680 and Paul Revere lived here from 1770 till 1800. It is now a museum where you self guide through the house for a small admission ($3.50). It is nice to see how... More
This is a quick monument more of a tourist trap probably. Their are some readings in the house and furniture to show what may have been in his house when he was alive. It was nice to warm up from the cold but other than that it was more of a waste of $4. I think there are a lot... More
If you like American Revolutionary history this is a nice little stop along the Freedom Trail. There is a small admission of $3.50 per adult but totally worth it. They have 2 or 3 historians on site to answer all questions about Paul Revere, his family and house. The house itself is small, only 2 rooms on the ground floor... More
Quite the contrast to Williamsburg! Get a good sense of a middle class home and what a just better than modest life is like. Very informed guides. Ask about the history of the museum itself - it has been one since 1914!
I found the tour to be interesting on several aspects. The guides were very knowledgeable. I expected more about Paul Revere than the house itself, but I'm still satisfied, especially for the cost.
Fascinating look at his house, how he lived and what life was like back then. Great view into history and how people lived in colonial times. A short visit, but one that is truly educational
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