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Hancock-Clarke House

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  • 50 people
  • 4 hr min
Lexington, MA
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Built in 1737, this venue was the parsonage for the town of Lexington during the 18th century. Reverend Jonas Clarke was hosting patriot guests John Hancock and Samuel Adams when they were awakened by Paul Revere and his famous warning in the early hours of April 19, 1775. Thanks to generous grant funding, this site is also the location of new research and exhibitions related to the enslaved and indentured black populations of Lexington in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Hours 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM April 2 - Memorial Day, Weekends Only Memorial Day - October 31, Open Daily

Category and style

Gallery, Museum

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Questions

  • Q: What's the maximum attendees I can have at this location?

    A: Carol allows 50 attendees on location

  • Q: What types of activities are allowed at this location?

    A: Carol allows production

Location
Exact location provided after booking
from $294/hr