Our tour will be led by Erica Dumont, Lexington Historical Society Executive Director, and Stacey Fraser, Collections Manager. Stacey will discuss a some of the fascinating objects in the Society’s collection, such as the William Diamond drum, which called the militia into formation on Lexington Green on April 19, 1775.
Stacey and Erica will also take our group through the museum’s #Alarmed exhibit and explain the process behind the exhibit design, its research, and what the Society hopes it will convey to visitors.
Our thanks to them and the Lexington Historical Society for making this tour possible.
This tour can accommodate a maximum of 20 people.
February 10 at 11 a.m. and lasting about two hours. Afterward some of us may head to a nearby restaurant for lunch.
Buckman Tavern (pictured), which has parking out front. (This is a change from the initial announcement of this event.)
Registration is required. There is no fee, but please consider donating.
A note about registration: This special event is just a week away. If you aren’t sure if you will be able to attend, consider waiting until you know your schedule and then registering so we avoid last-minute cancellations. (When cancellations come in close to the tour, often the spots are never filled.)