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Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village

After 10 years of being closed, Hadley's is undergoing demolition. The new business opening there will have a colonial theme and offer educational experiences for students.

Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village Old Hadley's in Carlsbad Becoming Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village

Construction is underway on a project unlike any other in Carlsbad.

A colonial-themed museum and restaurant based on The Green Dragon Tavern in Boston, MA is being built where Hadley Fruit Orchards sat closed for 10 years on Paseo Del Norte.

The real Green Dragon Tavern in Boston was established in 1654 and said to be a planning site for the Boston Tea Party. It still operates as a pub and restaurant in Boston.

Carlsbad City Council approved the project in 2009. The project is now in the demolition stages. Jason Goff with the City of Carlsbad Planning Division said, "we are encouraged by the redevelopment of this site especially given the economic market."

According to public city records, Carlsbad's Green Dragon Tavern & Museum Colonial Village has plans to hire local history teachers to teach students about pilgrims and the Revolutionary War, in addition to being a restaurant and bookstore.

Carlsbad Patch will have more information on the project in the coming months.

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