The Parker Tavern is a historic house located at 103 Washington Street in Reading, Massachusetts, United States. It is the oldest extant structure in Reading.
The saltbox tavern was built in 1694 by Abraham Bryant, a farmer and blacksmith. During the American Revolution, Ephraim Parker acquired the house and operated a tavern on the premises. Parker allowed Scottish prisoners of war to live in the tavern. The town of Reading acquired the building in 1914. In 1923 the Reading Antiquarian Society purchased the building from the town for a nominal fee and has maintained and operated the museum without public funding. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.