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Paul Revere House Podcast & Old North Lantern Lighting to Commemorate Patriots’ Day

The Paul Revere House and the Old North Church & Historic Site, two North End sites that played pivotal roles in Paul Revere’s midnight ride 245 years ago, will commemorate Patriots’ Day a bit differently this year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these sites will celebrate virtually with videos, podcasts, and at-home activities. Revere House Read More…

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Meet the Makers: Colonial Craft Faire at Paul Revere House Dec. 7 & 8

Did you know that Paul Revere and his fellow Congregationalists likely worked on Christmas Day and saved gift exchanges and parties for New Year’s Day? No matter when or how you celebrate the closing of the year, it is often a time to express our love and appreciation with a thoughtful token. Find the perfect Read More…

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Summer Events at the Paul Revere House

Once again our summer events showcase the talents of incredible musicians, artisans, artists, and performers. We encourage you to stop by on a Saturday afternoon this summer to immerse yourself in aspects of daily 18th century life, or make Boston a destination during our annual Harborfest celebration around the 4th of July. All events are Read More…

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Spring 2019 Events at the Paul Revere House

This spring we encourage you to immerse yourself and your family in the sights, sounds, textures, and personalities of Colonial Boston. During our April Vacation drop-in events we will encourage children of all ages to put themselves in the figurative shoes of Paul Revere’s own children, dressing in reproduction clothes and playing period games. We Read More…

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Winter Events at the Paul Revere House

Stop by the Paul Revere House to explore the physical aspects of houses from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries during February school vacation week. In March, hear from our resident local expert archaeologist about what evidence left by past residents can tell us about their lives. Read more about these events below. Drop-In Family Read More…

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Patrick Leehey Retires From Paul Revere House After 30 Years

Longtime Paul Revere House research director Patrick Leehey was recently saluted as his retirement approaches from the North End’s most historic house. Speaking of Patrick’s contributions at the annual holiday gathering was Executive Director, Nina Zannieri. The Paul Revere Memorial Association recently celebrated the retirement of its long time Research Director Patrick Leehey after more Read More…

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Traditions of the Season at the Paul Revere House

Join the Paul Revere House for their annual traditions of the season Saturday, December 1 and Sunday, December 2 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Why did New England colonists consider Thanksgiving “the one day above all others”? Which Bostonians kept Christmas and which did not? What types of gifts were exchanged at New Years? Read More…

Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: 20 Seafood Towers Worth the Wait, Gas Main Explosion in Merrimack Valley, Back to School Films, Family Pride Day, Local Food Festival

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, September 14 and if you’re looking for something to splurge on this weekend, check out the 20 seafood towers from around the city that Eater Boston says are worth it.  Here’s what you need to know for this weekend… 1:00PM September Films: Back to School. Stop by Read More…

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Fall Events at the Paul Revere House: Fife & Drum, Tinsmithing, Puritan Fashions and More

Join the Paul Revere House on Sunday afternoons this September and October for colonial music, demonstrations and more! See the full schedule below. September 9/8: Patriot Fife and Drum 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Enjoy a lively concert of music that accompanied colonists as they marched, danced, wooed their beloveds, and waged war. David Vose and Sue Read More…

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Under Construction: Prado Joins North Square as Closed Freedom Trail Public Spaces

Following the closing of North Square for reconstruction, another popular Freedom Trail public space in Boston’s North End has been fenced off for an overhaul. The Paul Revere Mall, known as “the Prado,” was closed to the public as construction begins on a major renovation, the second since it was created in 1925. [See the restoration design Read More…