Paul Revere house
The North End is filled with history, including a number of spots dating back to the American Revolution.
Paul Revere, famous both as a patriot and as a silversmith, lived in this house, which he purchased in 1770, nearly a century after it was originally built. This is Bostons oldest surviving clapboard frame house. Now a museum, the Paul Revere House, located at 19 North Square, is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
(Boston.com Photo / Norman Dalager)