Revere: The Riviera of the North Shore
Revere, MA is a city in Suffolk County and a Northern suburb Boston. The city was first founded as North Chelsea in 1846 and was renamed in 1871 after Paul Revere, an American Revolutionary War patriot. For Centuries, Revere was the home of Pawtucket tribe of Native Americans. Today, Revere is the community that housed most of the workers in the Boston Metropolitan Area. The city not only offers amazing base for Boston-area tourism but also boasts many interesting and amazing attractions of its own. Get into the city by plane and arrive at the Boston-Logan International Airport, the nearest airport to Revere city proper.
Best Time to Visit
Summer is the busiest season in Revere, Massachusetts that typically falls between the months of June to September which makes accommodations and airfare more expensive. If working on a budget and wanted to avoid the summer crowd, travelers may visit Revere during the months of March to May for a great outdoor activities and more reasonable prices for hotel accommodations and airfare.