Paul Revere House

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Paul Revere House

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It was this home that silversmith Paul Revere left in 1775 to set out on his famed midnight ride. The home, which was built in 1680 and is the oldest surviving structure in downtown Boston, was bought by Revere from wealthy merchant Robert Howard, and lived there from 1770 until 1800. The national landmark is now a museum with a meager $3.50 admission charge. Across its courtyard sits an iron cast by Paul Revere and Sons at the Pierce/Hichborn House, one of the oldest brick buildings in Boston.

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