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Just the most amazing selection of food vendors. If you are hungry... go here!!!
Cool to see where Paul Revere lived and amazing to see how the city has built up around this historical site
It was kind of busy when we went, so the spaces were tight. I would advise trying to go when it is not so busy. Nevertheless, it was super neat and very enlightening.
Great historical house, depicts the architecture of old american colonial style. Must visit place in Boston.
Great education on this country history! Great family place!
Cool little place $5 to get in takes about 30 min to view
It's great to see such history from before we were even a country!!!!
Would have liked it at 5 stars had I been allowed to take pics of the info plaques in each room. Very small rooms and being busy didn't leave much room to just stand and read. Otherwise, the site and staff were nice.
One of my most favorite historical sites in all of Boston...home of one of our greatest and most influential Patriots and Leaders of the Revolutionary War where America won its Independence! This is a historical treasure, and one I would recommend to every Boston visitor! The Freedom Trail is filled with so many sites just like this one!
Certainly a must see in Boston when walking historical Freedom Trail. Self guided and only 5 dollars to get in this is super super busy. It feels very much like being herded like cattle or something. It's very small, very packed with people, and this makes it rather hard to have an appreciation for the incredible history you're viewing. Don't go in with super high expectations and you will not be disappointed, sadly I was very hopeful that walking through was going to be much more enjoyable and because of this can't say I had an amazing experience. I recommend this just about everyone it is certainly a nice destination to stop at. However the exception is for anyone with kids that can't read very well, there are lots of small signs telling about what you're looking at and not a lot of time to read them (being pushed from behind by more people, I can't stress how busy it was) this would be a disappointing experience for younger kids because of this.
Boston seaport is full of American History, I highly recommend the Freedom Trail walk. It's a nice tour of the history in a pretty linear path that's easily traveled in an afternoon.
Maybe it's because I had seen a few historical house by then, but that was just another one of them, nothing particular to it. Hearing the story of Paul Revere from the guide however was very interesting, I really didn't know who he was other than the man who did the Midnight Run, so hearing how he was a very successful merchant, father of 16 children, the various careers he held and a bit on his life was interesting.The house itself is a bit off the beaten path on the Freedom Trail, but worth going to as you walk through the Italian area of Boston, which is quite different than the downtown area. It only takes about 20 minutes to walk there, and again, an interesting walk.
It was cool but if you grew up in the old colonial states you seen this exhibit multiple times.
Enjoyed it a lot as I love history.
Very cool to see and learn more about Paul Revere
A cool piece of history. Not expensive
What a blast to the past! My favorite part of the freedom trail! Cheap price to get in, guides there to give a brief history lesson on Paul Revere and his history.
Very historic and inspiring place. God bless America!
Good tour, I enjoyed it. Anyone interested in founding fathers and Revolutionary War history will enjoy.
Quick, easy self-guided tour with very informative staff.
Not what i expected, more replicas than actually from the time period. They don’t allow photographs, which i think is bogus when you pay to see it Nevertheless, worth the small fee. I would do it again.
This was one of the more disappointing stops on the Freedom Trail. I really felt like this should have been free to get in. The house is extremely small, and there's really not much to see. Wife and I were pretty disappointed in this one. I'm teetering between 2 stars and 3 stars on this one.
Five stars are well earned in the opinions of history buffs like myself. However, if you’re not all into history, then it’s an average find at a good price. Without question, it’s a good time spent in Boston as something added to a day tour.
Interesting location in the old part of Boston that brings back a lot of history to consider. Restaurants are nearby and the area is accessible buy car, Uber, or on foot. Probably better to visit in the day as it is closed at night. Paul Revere was a silver Smith, and an important figure in the original Tea Party during the American revolution. Streets seem like they are original brick and very narrow. Probably better to visit in the summer as it cAn be cold a wet in the winter. I would not hesitate to go again.
Super fun to see this part of American history. Sucks that they close so early every day.
CASH ONLY entrance fee. Adult is $5, I think kids and seniors were maybe $3. Very cool place to visit, be prepared and bring cash because it is worth a walk through. It was really interesting to see the woodworking and the materials used for a house that time period. Also the way of life is represented.
The history is astounding; several original items owned by the Revere family and even pre-dating the Reveres. It's a very small house and takes only minutes to get through but worth the $5 admission.
It was great to see this place preserved and learn more about this brave man we have heard of forever.
Interesting building, the guides are very informative and happy to share their knowledge.
Ok for $5 admission. Interesting.
Short tour, but very informative, and a must see for history buffs as well as other stops in Boston.
It pretty small... so you are through the house pretty quick. But it's still interesting to see the history of it all.
Had to jump out of my car to snap a pic of the house. Not many place to park downtown Boston
Historically very interesting. Not a lot to see inside house but worth a visit. Intetesting that one of his children JOHN became a doctor and was medically trained in Edinburgh. Scotland.
Great activity for a rainy day in Boston. Lots of history. No photos allowed inside. Worth a visit!
I found it interesting and not that expensive but not a must see. It is a period house that has a few rooms with some of Paul Reverse's furniture.
Admission is perfect since it's a small museum... but they do a good job of being informative and engaging with those visiting... the best part were the stories and data relayed by the staff
Nice stop in Boston’s North End. It was $5 apiece for four of us. It’s a historic old house, relatively small. If you’ve bee anywhere similar it is not much different. The house is nicely furnished with pieces and artifacts from the period. There’s a curator in each area of the house, giving small presentations and answering questions. Out in the courtyard there was a “textile historian” giving a demo on clothing from the era. Got a few minutes to burn? This is an excellent site.
Was skeptical about visiting because of other reviews but they are spot on. First, no photos inside the house, although you can take pictures in the visitor center. if you could take pictures in the house all you would get is the back of others people's heads because it is a popular spot, not much room to walk around. It is very crowded. You'll get through it within a half hour to 45 minutes but could take longer depending on other people reading the exhibits. Also for $5 I think that instead it should be a donate how you feel kind of place. they will be happy to take your money in the gift shop. I must say that everybody that works there is exceptionally friendly and helpful though. I would say just do it once, just to say you did it and that's it.
This is one of the most famous, breathtaking places you will ever see. It was relatively small in comparison to today's homes which is just my size. I'd love to spend the night and enjoy a piece of history first hand. Everything was so peaceful here. When in Boston this should be at the top of your list.
For the senior discount it was good if you are looking for a "cool" place to venture into the past and discover what the history books might not have told ya as a child about the Paul Revere story... Interesting, very interesting... You'll have to go inside and read it for yourself to find out! The house itself was dressed in 1700's time period, which I love seeing what people used to cook with, sleep on, sit on etc. Unfortunately, the small theater wasn't open, so we missed out on seeing the real story. It was a small house but it had clean bathrooms and a nice water fountain to refill your canister. The gift shop was quaint and full of fun things, like the 1700's period giant playing cards for us seniors, or kids. Oh, did I mention is was air-conditioned!! That right there was worth the money to get in. Temperatures rose to the 90's that day and it was a nice cool spot to stop into.
Interesting short stop. Would recommend a visit but it’s a little tough to fully enjoy and explore when it’s busy. Really only got to see 3 rooms. Cash only. Super busy when we went so try to get there early!
Nice stop along the freedom trail. The home is in very good shape and the staff was knowledgeable about all of the historical details. Believe it was $4-$5 to get in and is self guided. There was a lot of historical information and artifacts throughout and there is a nice courtyard to hang out in after. Also bathrooms were nice and clean!
This was a great experience and they provided a very nice military discount.
I wasn't overly impressed. A little bit underwhelming
Really interesting stuff, regardless of your personal interest in history. You can't touch anything, and as someone who loves to touch everything this is frustrating but understandable. On a side note, my wife mentioned that Paul Revere looks decidedly like Jack Black and she's got a fair point.
Great historical place in our nation's history if the Socialists don't ruin it!!!
Historic home of Paul Revere. Worth a visit if in the city! Was a master of many trades!
It is so nice to learn from the place and old Boston. Guide's are so nice, specially Rachel, she mention so many curious thing about the house life stlye for that time and other good data from Paul Revere.
The house is an amazing part of history. It was great getting to know a bit more about who he was and how he lived. I loved being in Boston and hearing all the parts of history I've never known before. This is a cool square and a place to get to know the oldest original standing building in Boston. Theres tours you can go in at the house or simply walk by and snap a picture of the house. Very nice little place and very comfortable. Would recommend going here for the history.
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A national treasure! Worth $5 admission, if it was more probably not worth it. Very interesting self guided tour with a gift shop
Fun to see and inexpensive. Volunteers give background and information about the house and family.
Tiny but cool to see how silversmiths lived
Beautiful, authentic amd historic! Don't miss the 4 generations tradition souvenir shop right next door.
I really liked the museum additions. You can take photos in there but not the Revere house.
The entrance fee is very minimal. It was nice to see the house that Paul Revere stayed in and some original pieces that were in the house when he stayed in it all those years ago. It is a quick tour and worth the visit.
Great historic site. Oldest structure in downtown Boston.
Great look into the past, very well preserved. The guides are helpful, and knowledgeable.
Yes it's small, but for the price ($5 cash), it's worth it. The docents were knowledgeable, and answered all the questions we had. If they didn't know, they would ask another staff or point is in the right direction to find answers. We enjoyed the gift shop and display there as well. Great stop on the Freedom Trail! We spent about an hour there overall.
A journey through history. Very well preserved.
Very cool. Volunteers very knowledgeable! I thought the $5 admittance fee was fair. A lot of the furniture was original which was neat.
Love visiting historical landmarks and this is a great one.
$5 to get in. Lots of information signs to read to educate self. Even has air conditioning. Dont need to spend a lot of time here but still cool to visit.
Interesting, we learned about life in that time frame in Boston and that he had 16 children along with other details of his life.
Get there early because closes early. Be sure to stop be Mike's Pastries around the corner because their cannollis are yummy
Great place to take anyone who is interested in American history. I am happy that it was preserved for future generations. It is worth the stop, and takes about an hour to walk thru if you want to see everything and read all the info. Put it on your list if you are visiting.
Loved this place too bad the GPS has us going around in circles to get here.
Had a great time visiting this historic location. The employees were very knowledgeable and willing to answer any questions, even making it enjoyable for the kids. I even had to ask one of the guides to explain to our kids who Paul Revere was... Grr...Oklahoma education... But he was glad to do so. Awesome place and I'm glad it's still around.
It's a cool house but not worth the price of admission
It is cool but it is pretty small for the money.
A great spot for locals and tourists alike. Great staff, very welcoming and informative.
Lots of history here but felt pushed through/herded through because there were "tour groups" coming. We paid to go through the house as well!
Great exhibition. I've been twice now. Can be crowded. Tickets are cash only. You can easily miss the place as it is unassuming from the outside other than the extra people around. Staff are very knowledgeable about the place and the period of history for the house which is great. Must see if you like history in Boston.
Busy, would have enjoyed it more if they would limit the people in the house to a tolerable number during the tour to where you are not bunched up with people and unable to read the information detailed in the house due to the large number of people in front and behind you.
If you are interested in Paul Revere's history, you should go here. It is a nice starting point with a good overview.
Great that Boston was able to preserve the Revere house...nice to see how small rooms could accommodate a family or more! Amazing how our forefathers lived, and the next generations can see it in this historic city! Love that it is one of the many places you can check out while doing the Freedom Walk Trail on your own, or with guide. Not for handicapped...too many stairs. Check it out when you are in Boston the next time!
Wonderful historical freedom trail is great for kids to learn about Boston and our history. Many wonderful places to eat and walk. It is like reliving American history when you go to Old North Church and other sites. Easy relaxed walk.
Great piece of History. Recommend if you’re in the area.
A nice place to visit, it's not very big but it's priced accordingly. Worth a stop while visiting Boston's downtown.
Nice museum and very helpful staff. Small but worth the visit.
An interesting stop on the Freedom Trail. A quick tour of the Paul Revere house and a visit to the gift shop are included in the price of admission. Admission was reasonably priced. Not a lot of original items in the house but still very interesting.
Only $5 for entry. Cash only. Last minute stop before going back to airport. Fortunately they will store your luggage for you during your tour. The tour is self-paced. Although the home is small, there are enough signs throughout each room to keep you there for about 45 to 60 minutes. There are also people in the rooms to answer questions. IMO Worth the $5. No photography. Expect a library-like reverence. It was neat to see furniture that was owned by the Revere family. The tour takes you through the life of the Revere family, Paul's trade and his involvement in the revolution. I believe it was built around 1680, as the oldest residential building in Boston, it was an experience to see original wallpaper and other items. I'm glad I decided to make the stop before going to the airport. The gift shop is very tiny and nothing enticing to purchase.
You can’t miss Paul Revere’s house when doing your walk of the Freedom Trail. At only $5, it is more than worth the price of admission. It is cash only though, so keep that in mind. It makes me so happy that Paul’s house has survived to the present day, when so many Founding Fathers’ homes no longer exist. The docents inside were great and able to answer everyone’s questions. The only negative is the crowds. There can be severe traffic jams in the rooms. It’s great that so many people are interested in Paul Revere, but for anyone with claustrophobia, this might be a bit of a problem. I recommend going maybe at the beginning or end of the day to avoid the crowds
5$ is a little pricy for what it is.. but 1$ for kid will balance it out.. 10min museum is a great time killer
It was surprising how many had lived in this house. Yet, for those days, this was probably considered quite large.
One of the many awesome historical sites of Boston!
Love Boston and it’s rich history. Seeing the places I learned about as a kid in school.
I learned alot about Paul Revere and Italian Immigrants in the house.
Interesting to see where and how they lived so long ago. Only $5/person - CASH only. Must see stop on the Freedom Trail. The attached museum was more interesting than the Paul Rivere House & is included in admission.
It was unfortunately extremely crowded the day we were there and I couldn't read everything I wanted to read. There were guides in the house but I couldn't hear everything they said over the crowd noise. Perhaps there is an app or audio recording that would give a guided tour? I should've looked into that before I went. I was a little surprised there were not more silver artifacts on display.
Definitely a place to stop in at in Boston. The freedom trail goes right by this wonderful place
$5 tour that last at most 15-20 minutes if your a slower reader. Very informative.
One of the oldest maintained museum homes in the United States. Take the tour, all staff are very knowledgeable!
It's focused more on making money than on teaching history. There are many better places to visit in Boston.
It was really cool and I learned a lot of amazing things about his household.
For history buffs this is cool. Not big, but quite interesting with many knowledgeable volunteers. Cash only. $5
Worth going. Great history. Very interesting
freedom trail must see. hang out outside in the brick courtyard out front for those too tired to wait in line to go inside or for those of us too poor
It was amazing how they were able to keep this home is it’s original state
It was nice to go back in time and see a part of history. Staff was very knowledgeable
Very informative tour guide. I enjoyed the visit but beware, the crowds can be overwhelming.
4.15$ entry fee for a college student is a good match for the amount of content. There are a total of 4 small rooms, in the spirit of the 19th century. Not a lot of stuff to see, but still an interesting historic site to visit, wouldn't have learned anything about Paul Revere if not for this house. Also big thumbs up for being environmentally cautious, the free water bottle-refill is a nice practical addition.
Great history. Really enjoyed it
This house oozes history. You feel like you csn identify with the past
This was worth the $5. It was good to read the history and walk through the home.
It's not the most exciting venue, but you should expect that going in. For what it is, I give it 5 stars! They had tour guides in most major rooms and they were very knowledgeable! Fascinating learning about our history! Interesting 20 minutes, 30 if you read through everything.
Certainly a must see in Boston when walking historical Freedom Trail. Self guided and only 5 dollars to get in this is super busy. It feels very much like being herded like cattle or something. It's very small, very packed with people, and this makes it rather hard to have an appreciation for the incredible history you're viewing. Don't go in with super high expectations and you will not be disappointed, sadly I was very hopeful that walking through was going to be much more enjoyable and because of this can't say I had an amazing experience. I recommend this just about everyone it is certainly a nice destination to stop at. However the exception is for anyone with kids that can't read very well, there are lots of small signs telling about what you're looking at and not a lot of time to read them (being pushed from behind by more people, I can't stress how busy it was) this would be a disappointing experience for younger kids because of this. They also only accept cash for entrance - no credit cards. Maybe this is to continue the Colonial theme, however you should be able to locate an ATM within a few blocks. The good news is the gift shop inside accepts credit cards.
Interesting. History at its best.
Not too expensive and very historic but super small. It may take you ten minutes or less to go through the whole thing.
Definitely a go to place. Never thought the best chamber was the place to entertain!?!? Very educational...he was not just the horse rider but an important and influential member of history!
Liked tour, but wouldn't recommend for small children
The tour of the house is very nice. You can actually imagine how were the living conditions and experience their point of view. The tour guides explained in details all the aspects of the house, furniture, the living conditions and their status according to the architecture of the house. It’s very interactive and gives you a big piece of the history of US.
This was a cool visit, but I was starting to get annoyed with paying to get into all of these historical sites. It’s not a lot, and I’m sure the upkeep on a 300 year old building isn’t cheap, but there isn’t much to see here and the guides aren’t very friendly or informative. You certainly can admire the outside and save yourself a few bucks to buy some beers!
I think it's expensive for the few things you can see. In answer to your reply of my opinion: It's strange!!! I'm writing this two months after I've visited this place, but I can see some people think the same I think. And besides WE'VE PAYED u$s 10 EACH, NOT u$s 5 as you've said.
I thoroughly enjoyed the experience at the Paul Revere House. I learned a lot of new and interesting facts
A very small and historic house on the Freedom Trail, in a compound somewhat expanded over the years by acquisition of adjacent properties. Tour guides seem knowledgeable and helpful. A small souvenir shop and restrooms are on site. No food facilities, but located in Boston's North End with plenty of restaurants and bakeries all around. Also see the iconic Paul Revere portraits and artifacts, including the famous "Liberty Bowl", at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in the Fenway District.
Nicely kept place arrived at closing did not make it to bookstore area did walk thru house including upstairs. Cost is $5.00 walking thru house 4 to 10 min depends how detailed you want to see and read all of story. Must do once thou
Great way to learn some history, people were very informative.
It was busy so we weren't able to fully enjoy. However, it was interesting and it's also a quick visit.
A cool place to visit with an amazing history.
Very quick self-guided tour. Entry was $5 for adults, cash only
**No photos allowed inside** A must see on the freedom trail! Check out the Revere Bell in the courtyard prior to entering the residence. Staff is very knowledgeable and offers information about the residence prior to and during the Revere family owning the property. Period dated furniture supplements the pieces owned by the Revere family and shows what life was like during that time period. The gift shop on site is nice and make sure you stop in to the “The Boston Gift Shop” (it really is the name of the place) next door. It has been owned and operated by the same family for many generations and can be seen in many of the historical photos of the Revere house.
Interesting place. Man in ticket booth could not easily make change, even when it is a cash only enterprise.
The staff were awesome,knowledgeable and kind, but the house was filled with poor replicas rather than authentic pieces
Awesome your especially if you have kids. Highly recommend a guided tour if it's available!
Something worth seeing for the history, just another nice little piece of it to learn about. I enjoyed the knowledge and seeing it. I think you should make your efforts to spend the 30-45 mins.
Very interesting. Worth the $5 for the history.
Definitely a must see. And a great little addition to a tourist’s agenda as it’s super cheap and a quick little tour which can be nice when you have a packed travel schedule. Also it’s in the north end which is fun to just walk through as well. Neat architecture and great food over there.
A must see building that helped shaped America’s history as we know it today. Based on the world famous Freedom Trail, Paul Revere’s House is a somewhat quaint spot that should be visited for all first timers to Boston. For $5 dollars you get to see upstairs and downstairs living quarters as set in the 1770’s-1800. Would liked the house to be bigger and the tour to be longer but wouldn’t everyone!
Very small and crowded. Only the beams and 2 doors are original. Home has been moved and rebuilt. But they did a good job making it look original and the museum and staff are great/informative
One of the stops on the Freedom Trail, it’s a must see. So much history here, including a walking tour of Revere’s former house as well as a museum and a gift shop.
A lot about Paul revere's ride that most of us didn't know
I love the history of our city, our state, and the beginnings of our nation...this is where it all began! And Paul Revere is a major part of all that history...and this is the house he lived in with his wife, sister, mother, and kids...all 11 that survived out of 16!! Can you just imagine?!? A great place for any history buff...whether you love him for his pewter, silver, bells, or bravery...
Nice visit. Kuds loved It!
Very nice tour. In a cool part of Boston
Great place to go for a quick bit of history. A must see when in Boston. Great insight into what our founding fathers went through and lived like. The tour guides are helpful and knowledgeable. It's a great way to spend an hour or two especially when you need to get out of the cold. Donations get you inside so dig deep and help keep the house standing.
Rich history of our country.
Good place to learn about a small part of the heritage of the United States. It is quite interesting to see how Paul Rever and others lived around this period of time. You're unable to take pictures inside, but that's OK because it is small and it is accompanied by a little museum. It has restrooms and water so that is a plus, and the fee is 5 dollars per adult.
This is a short walkthrough of Paul Revere's home with some original and recreated items from his time.
Smaller than I thought but great to see all the history
A great piece of American History. Take the walking tour inside the house. Mr. Revere sacrificed alot for the Great Nation.
The Revere House constructed in the latter half of the 17th century displays characteristics influenced by late medieval tudor vernacular English architectural style. Great place to visit and interpret early American heritage.
This was a very cute little exhibit, I think it was rather odd that they brought the fireplace from the basement upstairs to the main room, it would have been great on the tour if they left it as is and allowed groups to tour the basement. I'm sure nowadays with infrastructure they'd figure a way to make it safe for people in small amounts at a time to see the basements. After all it is where the servants cooked and cleaned and lived, sort of took away from the history and integrity.
This is an interesting place to visit, especially if you love history. The tour guides are very knowledgeable, and the tickets are priced low
While this was one of our primary reason for visiting the liberty trail, upon entering (5.00 per adult- 1.00 per child) we were told that the house is not where he lived, nor were the items in the home his. Furthermore they didnt even represent the time period. Huge disappointment. Only positive thing after paying for entry, there were restrooms as most places in Boston dont allow the public to use their restrooms.
A smallish Museum with a relatively High entrance price. The then you does give a visitor in appreciation of colonial life. For small rooms in the house and a small Museum afterward.
It was OK. Not much to see really as most of it is not really even from that time period and they are just placed there to create a sort of ambiance. There is a beam and a door that are original but the furniture is not. It is very small and the his itself looks as if it was cut in half. Looks silly really. Expensive for what you get to see really.