|Nearest city||Charlton, Massachusetts|
|Part of||Northside Village Historic District (#77000195)|
|NRHP reference #||76000292|
|Added to NRHP||May 19, 1976|
|Designated CP||October 5, 1777|
The Rider Tavern (also Rider's Hotel or Old North Charlton Inn) is an historic tavern in the Northside Village Historic District of Charlton, Massachusetts. The tavern, now a large three story wood frame building, was built c. 1797, and was for many years an important stop on the stagecoach road. It is owned by the Charlton Historical Society, and open for guided tours in the summer and special events.
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