The Revere House cost 3.50 per person when we went and we got there 45 minutes before closing. We were assured that we had plenty of time and we did. We did not have the crowds reported by some, but even four or five people in the same room can make it difficult to enjoy the room. The rooms are small. We went back for a second view on one of the rooms. I would suggest that those who have had a chance to view the cordoned off portions of the room step back or aside to enjoy other parties to allow others to view the items on display. This was a bit of a problem in the first room, the kitchen. Still the 4-5 room house is a treasure trove of history and our docents were quite engaged and knowledgeable. It is hard to imagine a large family in such a small house! Visiting in March, means it is less crowded but the surrounding buildings were closed.