July 18, 2020 – Wright’s Tavern – Massachusetts

Today Wilma and I Adventured to Wright’s Tavern in Concord, Massachusetts.  Wright’s Tavern is a historic tavern that had significance in the American Revolution.  Unlike most other historic landmarks in Concord, there are no tours, or museums, however Wright’s Tavern continues to be memorialized as a National Historic Landmark.

We had a historic Adventure to Wright’s Tavern.  Due to another hot day we decided to again just take a local walk, relax in the backyard, and visit a nearby community landmark.  We arrived at the Tavern and found parking at the neighboring church.  We sauntered over to Wright’s Tavern to take photographs and check out this Historic Landmark.  The building was in perfect condition, and immaculate in structure.  We viewed Wright’s Tavern from each angle.  There was really not much to see, except a nice looking building, with great history.  Although the Adventure was quite uneventful, still glad to see another historic landmark in Concord.   (Rating:  This Adventure will not be rated).

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