The Paul Revere House  

Mission Statement

The Association actively preserves and interprets two of Boston's oldest homes. We provide our increasingly diverse audience with remarkable educational experiences based on historical issues and social history themes relevant to our site, our neighborhood, and Boston from the 17th through the early 20th century.

Today the Association is an American Association of Museums accredited museum with a full range of operations and programs. Our properties are key sites along Boston's Freedom Trail, private cooperative sites in the Boston National Historical Park, and members of the Boston House Museum Alliance.

We fulfill our mission by offering educational programs for all ages - walking tours, concerts, living history presentations, lectures, school programs and much, much more. We maintain an important collection of Revere-made objects, household artifacts, items commemorating the midnight ride, and items related to Revere's life and work. We still collect actively and welcome donations of appropriate Revere-related items.

The Association is also responsible for the ongoing care of both of our historic buildings - the Paul Revere House and the Hichborn House. Annual maintenance projects and capital restoration efforts require that funds be raised on an annual basis.

We award an annual research fellowship, publish research on a range of topics and produce numerous curriculum materials teachers. We would love to hear from people who are interested in what we do or would like to learn more about opportunities such as jobs, internships, and volunteer work.

The Association supports its restoration efforts, cares for its collection and funds daily operations and programs through a healthy mix of earned income and contributions.

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