Standing at 19 North Square is the oldest house in downtown Boston, Massachusetts, the Paul Revere House.
This national historic landmark is one of a few remaining 17th-century buildings existing in a large urban area.
Paul Revere became a hero of the American Revolution with his midnight ride on April 18, 1776, and this house stands as a testament to his story.
Did you know the Revere House was one of the first historic museums in the U.S.? It opened in April 1908.
Add our 3/4" thick wooden replica of Paul Revere's house to your home decor as a memory of your visit to this historic museum. The front is printed with architectural details of the house, while the back includes a short story.
Look closely and you'll find Casper, our black cat mascot, waiting by the back door, ready to sneak in with the next tour group.