Paul Leville's House is Boston's famous Museum of Nature and History. It's a good place to go with children. It's just worth visiting. This humble gray wooden building is the oldest preserved building in Boston City. It was built in 1680 and is the last existing 17th century building in Boston.
This scenic spot is very worth visiting. The houses for over 300 years are so well preserved. The rooms and facilities are very scientific and reasonable. The gardens, pavilions and galleries are very primitive and simple. It's convenient to have Chinese instructions.
The Paul Revere House is a neat historical sight in the middle of the North End. You'll pass it on the Freedom Trail that runs through Boston. It costs several dollars for admission. If you're into history, it's worth a visit, though it is very small! It won't take you longer than 20 minutes to visit and that's if you read every sign. PS: You can't take pictures inside the house, and you won't be able to take pictures of the house from the outside without paying admission (the view is obstructed).
Paul Leville's House is a great place to visit, but it's a place with a lot of history and special admiration.