Warren Tavern

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The Warren Tavern is the oldest tavern in Massachusetts and one of the most historic watering holes in America. The Warren Tavern was founded in 1780 in Charlestown, MA and still stands in that block of land today. In the early years of the Warren Tavern it was frequented by many national heroes such as Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin and George Washington.

Today, the Warren Tavern is a staple for local Charlestown residents as well as a popular location for tourists who want to understand American Colonial history and culture. It is located at the intersection of Pleasant Street and Main Street in Charlestown Massachusetts across the Charles River from downtown Boston.

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Coordinates: 42°22′27.3″N 71°3′47.1″W / 42.374250°N 71.063083°W / 42.374250; -71.063083