The original home of Paul Revere, what more can you say.
Paul Revere was one of my childhood heroes, which, in retrospect, I'm grateful for now, living in an age when people look up to frivolous icons like Justin Bieber. It's an amazing feeling, stepping through the house of the American hero that sounded the start of the Revolutionary War. And while Paul Revere never peed into a tavern mop bucket whilst drunk (not on record, anyway), he remains an entertaining figure to this day.
A great historical house and integral part of Boston. Highly enjoyed it.
If you've been in one 18th/19th century American house you've pretty much seen them all. But for a reason I can't put my finger on, this one deserves 5 stars. For someone who loves history, there is just something fascinating about seeing the home of this American hero and his [enormous] family.