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This Historic Tavern is one of the few colonial era buildings still standing around the Battle Green and was used by the Lexington Militia on April 19th, 1775 as a gathering place. It is now a Museum with self-guided audio tours. Buckman Tavern is...more
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This is the same tavern the Lexington minute men were in the night of April 18th and 19th 1775. These men marched out at 4:30 am to confront The British soldiers and to start the beginning of the greatest nation in history—the USA. A must.
To know the history of the Tavern makes one really stop and think about what must have gone through the guys minds as they left the tavern and went across the street to protect their land from the British! This is an amazing place to...More
We loved everything about this historic inn. So filled with revolutionary war history you almost felt you could hear the guns being shot across the green. I highly recommend this tour if you love history.
My family really enjoyed our visit to the Buckman Tavern. The self guided audio tour was great and really painted a picture of what it was like in Lexington on April 19th 1775. The upstairs exhibit is WONDERFUL and my kids ages 8 and 12...More
Date of experience: October 2018
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Chris K, Guest Relations Manager at Buckman Tavern, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2018
Thank you for your recent visit to and review of Buckman Tavern. I am pleased to hear that you so thoroughly enjoyed your visit to Buckman Tavern. Our curator and exhibit design team will be thrilled to hear that you enjoyed the exhibit as well....More
We stopped in here on our Revolutionary War tour of the area and it was a good tie in to other things we saw and learned. You walk through the house with a headset so you can listen and look at your own pace. Very...More
The audio tour was great at the Buckman Tavern. We visited with our 12 year old grandson, who is a history buff. He loved every minute of the visit. The tour really gave you a feel for what the minutemen experienced waiting for the British...More
Great experience in the power of the media. Free postcards and some interesting artifacts in the location where Captain Parker and about 70 Lexington Militia met in the early morning hours of April 19 1775.
We took the audio tour of Buckman Tavern and it was well worth it. What a quaint little house/tavern, right in the midst of one of the most important historical events in our country. The tavern room was my favorite. I would love to sit...More
Date of experience: June 2018
Chris K, Guest Relations Manager at Buckman Tavern, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2018
Thank you for your recent visit to and review of Lexington Historical Society's Buckman Tavern. We are pleased to hear that you so thoroughly enjoyed your tour and that the Tap Room was your favorite room. If you are ever in the Lexington area in...More
Walking through Buckman Tavern was a treasure! We loved how we could picture the patrons sitting discussing plans or having an ale and how we could see the workers preparing in the kitchen! The upstairs exhibit to interest kids and teens today in what it...More
We also offer private guided tours depending on the size of your group. For more information on setting up a private tour please visit our website or contact our Manager of Education and Interpretation.