Customer must enter promo code in checkout where savings will be applied.
Savings discount is available on 3, 5 or 7 day Go Boston Cards only and cannot be combined with any other offer.
Discount code will expire 10/02/14
. Discount is not available on 1 or 2-Day Go Boston Cards.
This promotion is only available on orders placed at www.smartdestinations.com or through the Smart Destinations call center.
Save $15 on 3, 5, & 7-Day Cards. Sale ends in 2 days!
Save up to 55% on Munroe Tavern and 50 other Boston attractions with the Go Boston Card.
A $7.00 value - Included with your Go Boston Card!
On the afternoon of April 19, 1775, the first wave of British troops beat a hasty retreat from Concord back into Lexington, where they were rescued by General Percy's reinforcements at Munroe Tavern. A field hospital was set up there, turning the tide of the battle for the day. Today, the beautifully landscaped grounds preserve a legacy of those days with Colonial-era flowers, while a bullet hole in the ceiling of the tap room is a reminder of the violent battle that gave this place its historic legacy. Adding to that legacy is President Washington's 1789 visit (and he did, in fact, eat here).
There's an actual BULLET HOLE in the ceiling here - visual reminder of the battle the took place on these very grounds! Like the other 3 Lexington homes, a must see if you are enthralled by such history.
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April 2-May 27: Weekends only, Tours every hour from 12:00 pm-4:00 pm May 28-October 30: Daily, Tours every hour from 12:00 pm-4:00 pm
Please note, Go Boston Card holders may enter this attraction until closing or 5:30pm, whichever comes first.
Take Route 95 North or South to Exit 31A labeled '4-225 Lexington'. Merge onto Bedford St/RT-225/RT-4 and follow it into Lexington center. Buckman Tavern will be on your left, and the Battle Green and Minuteman Statue will be on your right.Continue through lexington center one more mile. Munroe Tavern will be on your right.
Take the T: Red Line to Alewife stop, then board 76 or 62 bus to Lexington Center. No service on Sundays or holidays.