Establishment : 1680
Architect : John Jeffs
Address : 19 North Square, Boston, MA 02113, USA
Open : Wednesday- Sunday
Timings : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Admission Fee : USD 5 (Adults), USD 4.50 (Seniors and college students), USD 1 (ages 5-17)
Guided Tour Duration : 30 minutes
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Paul Revere House in downtown Boston is the oldest standing structure in the city and happens to be one of the 16 sites linked by the Freedom Trail. Once home to Paul Revere, an American patriot, the House is now run by the Paul Revere Memorial Association as a non-profit museum.
Established in the year 1680, the Paul Revere House in Boston’s North End is a National Historic Landmark. It was where Paul Revere, an American patriot during the American Revolution would stay. The oldest remaining building in the city, the House is now a non-profit museum open year-round that houses various artefacts that provide visitors with an insight into the patriot, craftsman and businessman’s illustrious life.
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