The Paul Revere House still stands today as a museum in North Square of Boston’s North End neighborhood. The wooden home for Paul Revere is downtown Boston’s oldest remaining building. Paul Revere departed from his home on his most famous “Midnight Ride.” When Boston was impacted by the Intolerable Acts, Revere also traveled to New York and Philadelphia to gain support from other colonies as Boston was “suffering in the common cause of Liberty.” While the First Continental Congress was meeting in Philadelphia in 1774, Revere was dispatched to deliver the resolves of Boston and Suffolk County. The museum is open from 9:30-5:15 through October 31 and 9:30-4:15 Nov-April.   


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