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Cambridge, Lexington & Concord Day Trip From Boston by Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism
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Cambridge, Lexington & Concord Day Trip From Boston

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Explore the history of Battle Trail, where the future of the USA was formed and see Concord, Cambridge and Lexington all in the same day

Highlights

  • The Battle Trail
  • Cambridge Common
  • Lexington Green
  • Old North Bridge

Inclusions

  • Complimentary Hotel Pick-up Where Available

Exclusions

  • Optional gratuities

Please Note

  • Child rates apply to children ages 3 to 11 and children under 3 are free provided they don´t occupy a seat. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult. If your child will occupy a seat, please purchase a child ticket.

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Oct 13 2018
Tour guide Sam I Am was fantastic! His enthusiasm and knowledge made the tour great.
Jul 29 2018
1) interesting overview of geographic area, (giving folks a map or app or reference to iPhone maps to see and follow, would be helpful). 2). Also, seeing Lex and Con gave very meaningful and interesting historical overview, which brings more of Revolutionary War history to life. (Giving folks a Revolutiibary War build-up and battles historical timeline on paper or app to follow as tour takes place, could be helpful. )
Jul 23 2018
Informative, funny, and constant information from the driver. He slowed the bus down (within safety concerns) at many places so we could take pictures. It's my 4th or 5th tour with this company, and would be my choice again.
Jul 18 2018
Our Guide and driver was excellent and there was plenty of time to see the highlights on the tour.
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ITINERARY

Relive history with a journey back in time to Battle Trail. Visit Harvard Yard and view Cambridge Common where George Washington took control of the Continental Army. Drive along "Tory Row" past the home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Follow the route of Paul Revere as he warned the countryside with his infamous cry of "the British are coming!" Stand on Lexington Green, where Captain Jonathan Parker and 77 Minutemen stood their ground against 700 of England’s finest regulars. In Concord, travel past the homes of Hawthorne, Alcott and Emerson as we make our way to the Old North Bridge where "...the embattled farmers stood and fired the shot heard round the world."

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