While visiting the historic houses, guests walk in the steps of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and George Washington
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What You'll Get
- Current exhibits include #Alarmed! 18th Century Social Media at Buckman Tavern which runs till November 2019 and explains the roles of communication networks which existed in the 18th century.
- Free admission for children under 6
- Amenities: museum shop
- Transportation: the nearest bus stop is at Depot Square
- Buckman Tavern: opens March 2, 2019, closes November 30, 2019
- Hancock-Clarke House: opens April 6. 2019, closes October 31, 2019
- Munroe Tavern: opens April 6, 2019, closes October 31, 2019
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About Lexington Historical Society
Lexington Historical Society is a non-profit organization which aims to preserve the memory of events of April 1775. Visitors can imagine walking in the steps of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and George Washington while exploring the historic sites of Buckman Tavern, Hancock-Clarke House, Munroe Tavern, the Old Belfry, and pondering about the past on the Old Burying Ground.
- Eye Catcher: Buckman Tavern which dates back to 1710 and was used on April 19, 1775, by Captain Parker and his militia to await the British Redcoat troops.
- Permanent Mainstay: Lexington Green, the place where the first battle of the American Revolution took place on April 19, 1775.
- Don't Miss: Old Burying Ground which dates back to 1690 and contains the graves of Captain John Parker, minister John Hancock, and other prominent figures.
- Past Exhibits: The Battle after the Battle, which ran from May 2014 to November 2016, presented the dispute between Lexington and Concord over the claims as to where the American Revolution really began.
- Pro Tip: The museum shop carries unique memorabilia such as Lexington Minutemen statues or ceramic plates.