Paul Revere House

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The Paul Revere House, c. 1680 is the oldest remaining structure in the original part of Boston. Purchased and restored and opened as a public historic house museum by the Paul Revere Memorial Association in the first decade of the 20th c,, the institution interprets the life of its most famous resident, Paul Revere, along with his family and the hundreds of others who have called the structure home.