The Old Burial Ground is a key stop on many historical tours through Lexington. The cemetery dates back to the 1690's…More and is filled with rows of thin headstones, many chiseled with dates from around the time of the Revolutionary War. Among those buried in the cemetery is the captain of the Lexington militia, who fought in a skirmish with British soldiers at the nearby Battle Green in 1775.
The cemetery is maintained by the town's Department of Public Works.
The Ironside Group is an IT consulting firm. This company offers information management, date warehousing services,…More enterprise planning and project management. This firm is well-versed in IBM Cognos, employing different combinations of this software line to suit each client's needs.
The Ironside Group additionally offers Cognos training both on site and at public seminars around New England. A schedule of upcoming public seminars is available on its Web site.
Partners for Life Dog Training and Behavior Consultants 8 Camellia Pl # B, Lexington, MA02420 Partners for Life Dog Training and Behavior Consultants offers individual and group animal-training classes. It…More specializes in helping dogs, cats and birds with behavioral issues. The staff here have impressive backgrounds of various types of graduate education combined with many years of experience as animal behavior consultants, veterinarians and/or animal psychologists. Contact them directly to discuss your pet's specific needs and/or go online for the most up-to-date class schedules.
Munroe Tavern P.O. Box 514, Lexington, MA02420 Operated by the Lexington Historical Society, the Munroe Tavern is located one mile east of Lexington Common on…More Massachusetts Avenue. Built around 1695, the tavern is named after William Munroe, orderly sergeant of Captain Parker's minuteman company in 1775. Munroe served as tavern proprietor from 1770 to 1827. Many family articles from this period are on display in the tavern, including an eighteenth century tavern sign and a fine wooden tricorn hat box dating from the Revolutionary period. President Washington dined at the Munroe Tavern when he visited the Lexington battlefield in 1789. An upstairs room contains the table at which Washington sat and the documents related to his trip.
Four Fillies Farm 55 Allen St, Lexington, MA02421 The Four Fillies Farm has been in business since August 2004. The riding stable offers the following lessons: private,…More semiprivate, group, party and team. All of these lessons include use of its horses. If you already own a horse, you may bring it to the facility by trailer and use it for a lesson. Please see Four Fillies' website for rates and other information. In addition, check out the Barn Flies summer program, which pairs a student with a horse or a pony. There are also several other "horsemanship" programs available. Four Fillies Farm hosts horse shows at the farm; please call for the date of the next show.