Another spot of historical significance in Lexington, MA. We got there late (it starts on the hour, I think) so we missed the video. This place is a little larger than Buckman Tavern, it has 2 floors. It is a guided tour. Our guide was a little unfriendly, and she constantly was watching like a hawk to make sure we didn't touch things and didn't take any photos.
The house itself is very charming, not a lot of room when you have more than a dozen people on a tour. Keep that in mind during the peak travel periods. Parking at the place is horrible, you are better off leaving a car in the public parking and walking 4 or 5 blocks to visit this one. Admission was again on our Boston Go Card!
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