Paul Revere House, Boston, Massachusetts

6 Mentions on Trippy

  • 3 mentions in Is the Boston Freedom Trail worth a visit?

    • peter f.

      peter f. said, "...the wonderful historirical sites. And the trail takes you through the North End, where along side the Old North Church and Paul Revere House are great Italian restaurants and pastry shops and delis and bakeries...." See More

    • Melissa C.

      Melissa C. said, "...the city. You don't have to go into all the buildings if you don't want to, but I especially liked the Paul Revere House. It is especially fun if you make pub stops along the way. Bell In Hand Tavern is on..." See More

    • Mark D.

      Mark D. said, " stripe : Especially this part of Boston is beautiful and it has much to offer outside of the church and Paul Revere House; soak in the surroundings and enjoy watching some of your fellow visitors as they have their head permanently..." See More

  • 1 mention in Boston in a day?

    • Lisa B.

      Lisa B. said, "...the Freedom Trail including a shopping/eating stop at Faneuil Hall and historical stops at Old North Church, Old State House, and Paul Revere House. If you're not into history, you could take a stroll down Newbury St to Boston Common for a..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Boston?

    • Katherine B.

      Katherine B. said, "...(i.e. Mike's Pastry and Modern Pastry). It's also a historic area and home to both the Old North Church and the Paul Revere House. Financial District - This is what you'd expect. A lot of office buildings although it borders Faneuil Hall,..." See More

  • 1 mention in First time to Boston - what can't I miss?

    • Barbara M.

      Barbara M. said, "...Dear Rosie, Don't miss going to the North End area. History would bring you to Paul Revere House ..and foodie fun would bring you to fabulous restaurants..pricey Mamma Maria or not pricey Mother Anna's. The Museum of Fine Arts is exquisite if you..." See More