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C M wrote a review Dec 2019
Pennington, New Jersey29 contributions48 helpful votes
My husband and I were visiting family in the area at Thanksgiving. On Friday we decided to go to a few historical sites. It was nearly the end of the day when we got to this site, but the tour guide at the Tavern welcomed us; helped my husband use the accessible lift; and gave us a thorough, lively, interesting, and wholehearted tour of the building. A great experience!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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bcnett wrote a review Oct 2019
Stoneham, Massachusetts456 contributions353 helpful votes
The Munroe Tavern along with the Clark-Hancock House, and the Buckman Tavern are owned by the Lexington Historical Society. It costs $10.00 to visit the Munroe Tavern or $20.00 to visit all three. The Clark-Hancock House is the only one where you must take a guided tout. You visit the two taverns on your own. The Munroe Tavern is about a mile from Lexington Center. IT DOES NOT OPEN UNTIL NOON. For this reason, we saw it last. There is parking, beautiful grounds, and an indoor restroom. Your visit starts with a video. For me this was the best part. The video is shown from the British perspective of things. It really made me think about what I would have done had I been alive at that time. Have we been taught a lot of "fake news"? Only five people died in the Boston MASSACRE which was precipitated by unruly colonists harassing the British Soldiers. The colonists STOLE the expensive tea that they threw into the harbor. My problem with the tavern visit was the audio part. You press a button as you enter a room and someone starts to speak, The problem is that it is not loud enough. The noisy, squeaky floors also make it difficult to hear the speaker. The telephones at Buckman Tavern are much much better. I also found the rooms in Buckman Tavern more interesting in that it was a real tavern with kitchen, meeting room, woman's dining room, and tap room. The only room that I found interesting in Munroe Tavern was a room upstairs and that was because George Washington had had dinner in it in 1789 and the actual chair he sat in was still there. By all means, if you have time, visit both taverns. But if you are interested in seeing an eighteenth center tavern, Buckman tavern is much more representative of a tavern.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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artchan93 wrote a review Sep 2019
Nussdorf am Inn, Germany330 contributions52 helpful votes
Unlike the Buckman Tavern and the Hancock-Clarke House, the exhibits in this museum describe the movements and experiences of the British troops on that fateful mission to Concord to confiscate arms and military stores being accumulated by American revolutionaries. They tell the history of the beginning conflict in the American Revolutionary War from the British perspective. One gets a sense of the desperate struggle the British army soldiers engaged in that day. Even though it is farther afield than the other sites on the ordinary Lexington tour itinerary, it is well worth a visit to get a fuller understanding of that fighting.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Donna D wrote a review Sep 2019
Michigan418 contributions31 helpful votes
First room a guide tells you how it all really happened and is very informative. Then the other four rooms are audio guided. Loved all the history and stories. Upon leaving I saw people working in the garden, the flowers were beautiful and very fragrant.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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likebeach wrote a review Sep 2019
Virginia Beach, VA, USA416 contributions124 helpful votes
Film from British viewpoint which is unusual to learn about. Small -only two rooms. Good audio in each room.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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