Paul Revere Heritage Site

Our Story

The Paul Revere Heritage Site (PRHS) is a nine-acre parcel on the East Branch of the Neponset River located in the heart of Canton, Massachusetts.

It was here that the genius and audacity of Paul Revere and his family met a young nation’s need for high quality copper sheathing, along with brass items from bells to cannons.

Cultural and
Community Hub

With its exhibits of Canton’s history and population, events that attract visitors from the greater Canton region, and educational programming, the Site is an inclusive cultural and community hub.

Coming Soon!

Planned to open in 2025, the future Paul Revere Museum of Discovery and Innovation will honor the Reveres’ entrepreneurial spirit that has been assimilated into all American businesses.

Visit the Paul Revere Heritage Site!

Help make the Site a local, regional, and national treasure!

Land Acknowledgement

The nine acres of the Paul Revere Heritage Site are situated on the ancestral lands of the Massa-adchu-es-et (Place of the Great Hill) whose descendants, to this day, deem these waters and this land as sacred. Revere and Son Heritage Trust honors The Massachusett Tribe at Ponkapoag, the indigenous people of Canton, in its celebration of this tranquil and communal space.

The Massachusett Tribe at Ponkapoag