Ideal duration: 1-2 days
Best Time: late june-mid-september Read More
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Located in Suffolk County of Massachusetts, Revere was previously known as North Chelsea and was later renamed after Paul Revere, the American Revolutionary War patriot. The city has played a crucial role in the war and the remains of old times can be seen around, well-preserved. The city is also known to have welcomed immigrants from around the world, including Jews, Irish, British, and German nationals.
This diverse culture has led to various historically significant places like the Church of Christ, Immaculate Conception Rectory, and the Rumney Marsh Burying Ground. The Revere Beach and Wonderland Greyhound Park are excellent family outing places, and one needs to enjoy the food at Kelly's Roast Beef while lazing at the beach.