West Revere is a residential neighborhood in Revere, Massachusetts, 5 miles northwest of Boston. The neighborhood's general western boundary is defined by the Northeast Expressway. West Revere expands east until it reaches the shoreline of the Broad Sound. Other major roads include Massachusetts Route 60, the Salem Turnpike and North Shore Road. West Revere averages a 15-minute commute to downtown Boston by car and a 25-minute commute by public transportation. The neighborhood also provides easy access to Boston Logan International Airport via the Massachusetts Turnpike.

West Revere is directly next to the Rumney Marsh Reservation, a large green space with a system of saltmarshes. This expansive preserve is a great venue for fishing, hiking, bird-watching and boating. Next to the reservation is Revere Beach, the oldest public beach in the United States. The beach offers up numerous restaurants and eateries, as well as a movie theater and horse-racing track. The beach also hosts an annual summer concert series and provides sea kayak rentals. 

West Revere holds many local amenities, including fitness facilities, boutique markets, a clothing outlets and a shopping center.