You can visit the Paul Revere house located at 19 North Square in the North End of Boston. The Landmark house is one of the only remaining buildings in Boston from the Colonial Period. The house was originally built in 1677, and Revere and his family lived in the house from 1770 to 1800. Revere was made famous by his historic ride on April 18, 1775 when he warned Adams and Hancock in Lexington that the British were coming. Today the house serves as a museum that is opened to the general public. The house is furnished in items that would have been found in the early colonial period. In the courtyard there is a Bell that was cast by the Silversmith in 1804. The Bell in Kings Chapel was also the work of Revere and still rings today.
Open Daily April 15 - October 31 - 9:30 am to 5:15 pm November 1 - April 14 - 9:30 am to 4:15 pm Closed on Mondays in January, February and March. Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
The average visit is 30 - 45 minutes depending on the time of year.
There are no public restrooms or telephones on the site.