Historic, Arts, and Culture

Paul Revere Museum of Discovery and Innovation

The Paul Revere Museum is envisioned to be located on the grounds of the Paul Revere Heritage Site – a 9-acre idyllic, manicured greenspace along the Neponset River promenade. The site features waterfalls, a mill pond, walkways with interpretive signs and two 19th century buildings – the Copper Rolling Mill and the Historic Horse Barn, built by Paul Revere’s son, Joseph Warren Revere in 1850.

In 2017, a Market Feasibility and Business Plan was conducted.  This was followed by successfully being granted a MassCultural Council grant to fund a Museum Master Plan.  The Museum Master Plan was completed in December 2021.

More information on the Paul Revere Heritage Commission and the Paul Revere Museum.

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