Paul Revere Heritage Commission

Rolling Mill Exterior

The Paul Revere Heritage Site is a 9-acre park along the Neponset River. The site features waterfalls, a mill pond, walkways with interpretive signage and two 19th century buildings - the Copper Rolling Mill and the Historic Horse Barn, built by Paul Revere's son. The Paul Revere Museum of Discovery & Innovation, currently under development on the site, will be a unique forum for history, technology, and learning. The property is currently owned by the Town of Canton and managed by the Paul Revere Heritage Commission and the Revere and Son Heritage Trust Corporation.

Contact us at

  • Bruce Beckham, Citizen At Large
  • George Comeau, Community Preservation Committee Representative
  • Michael Loughran, BOS Representative
  • Victor Del Vecchio, Citizen At Large
  • Nicola Gallagher, Canton Public Schools Representative
  • Alison Grossman, Parks and Recreation Representative 
  • Thomas R. Birmingham, Conservation Commission Representative
  • Mike Nourse, Historical Commission Representative
  • David McCarthy, Planning Board Representative

    All terms last one year


June 7, 2021 Meeting    View Jun 7 2021 Video
May 3, 2021 Meeting     View May 3 2021 Video
March 15, 2021 Meeting     View Mar 15 2021 Video
January 25, 2021 Meeting     View Jan 25 2021 Video

Past Meetings...


April 13, 2017
ConsultEcon Inc. Final Report: Market Feasibility Analysis, Business, and Operations Plan - April 2017
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March 20, 2017
Paul Revere Heritage Site Historic Buildings: Market Feasibility Analysis, Business and Operations Plan Report Presentation, Prepared and Presented by: James Stevens and Thomas J. Martin, ConsultEcon, Inc.
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All Presentations...
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