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Historical Boston taverns

Historical Boston taverns

Follow the historic streets of Boston to some of the oldest taverns in the city.

Green Dragon Tavern is where the plans for the invasion of Lexington and Concord were overheard, which led to Paul Revere’s famous ride.

The Warren Tavern was one of the first buildings to be reconstructed after the British burned down Charlestown.

– The Bell In Hand Tavern is America’s oldest running tavern, founded by Jimmy Wilson, Boston’s last known town crier.

– The Union Oyster House is a National Historic Landmark. While not technically a tavern, it’s so unique we just had to put it in here.

Madeline Paquette, Goodwin Group PR

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