Lexington and Concord Battlefields

Minute Man National Historical Park

Minute Man National Historic Park maintains and interprets multiple sites associated with the first day of fighting of the American Revolution. Begin your visit at the NPS Visitor Center on Marrett Road in Lexington and view the multimedia theater program about the battles there.  A 6-mile walking trail or driving tour includes the area of Parker's Revenge, the site where Paul Revere was captured, the Minute Man Statue and the famous North Bridge in Concord.  Numerous farms and other structures of interest are along the route.  Several ranger programs and guided tours are available by reservation.

Lexington and Concord Battlefields: What's Nearby

Concord, MA
Rev War  |  Battlefield
Cambridge, MA
Rev War  |  Battlefield
Bunker Hill
Charlestown, MA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Boston African American National Historic Site
Boston, MA
Civil War  |  Historic Site
Clara Barton Birthplace
North Oxford, MA
Civil War  |  Fort
Fort Adams
Newport, RI
Civil War  |  Museum
General Mansfield House
Middletown, CT
Civil War  |  Museum
Fifth Maine Regimental Museum
Peaks Island, ME
Rev War  |  Battlefield
Bennington Battlefield
Hoosick Falls, NY
Civil War  |  Museum
Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum
Brunswick, ME
Rev War  |  Battlefield
Saratoga Battlefield
Stillwater, NY


The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 1 acres at Lexington and Concord Battlefields.

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Related Battles

Concord, MA | April 19, 1775
Result: American Victory
Estimated Casualties