Home to America’s very first public beach, and named after the American Revolutionary War patriot Paul Revere, the City remains rich in natural resources and cultural diversity, and has positioned itself for an economic resurgence complete with a dramatic new urban center, Waterfront Square.
EXPERIENCE THE NEW REVERE
Revere Beach’s iconic crescent 3.5-mile stretch of sand and sea is just minutes from
Boston and marks the gateway to the North Shore. The City has an identity all its own — an eclectic mix of old and new that has become an increasing draw for visitors from near and far in recent years.
Special events include the National Sand Sculpting Festival, an outdoor summer concert series, a kite festival, summer movies on the beach and a farmers market.
Whether sailboarding on the Atlantic Ocean, or enjoying a quiet oceanfront dinner, the new Revere is ready to provide the perfect venue for an active urban lifestyle.
Revere Beach Annual Events:
Kite Festival: May
Farmers Market: June - October
Sand Sculpting Festival: July
Bocce Tournament: August
Visit RevereBeach.com for more information.
A City On The Move
Revere Beach is registered and protected as a National Historic Landmark. Mindful of its historic significance, but with a keen eye to to future, Revere has
invested $341 million in itself. In addition to the $80 million in infrastructure improvements connected with Waterfront Square, the results also include:
- $131 million in five new schools and a $7 million multi-purpose sports complex
- $25 million for a new MBTA commuter rail station within 1/4 mile from Wonderland Station at Waterfront Square
- $14 million for a new community focused police headquarters
- $9 million in two new fire stations
- $11 million for beach restoration
- $50 million in water & sewer infrastructure improvements
- $9 million for a commuter pier feasibility study
- $5 million for new state park, maintenance facility
- New playground on Revere Beach Reservation