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Site of the first battle between the Minutemen and the Redcoats during the Revolutionary War.
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Bedford St, Lexington, MA 02420-4403
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+1 781-861-2758
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the place where the great American Revolutionary War started (though folks from Concord may disagree). There's a few markers but otherwise its just another public park. A few kids were playing frisbee on this hallowed ground when we visited. Stop by the nearby...More

Thank w c
Reviewed 1 week ago

Pretty much as expected. Tombstones and monuments in a large green space. But hey, you gotta' go! To not surprise parking is problematic.

Thank Yodeler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

History abounds in the area and the Greens are at the center of it. Where the 300 British marched early one morning in 1775 and met some 120 colonials standing on the green. An unknown shot rang out and the British shot down a dozen...More

Thank jamescU5078CP
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

the green is where the local militia gathered on April 18-19, 1775 on their way to Concord to fend off the Brits. There is nothing much to the green except the great history of the place.

Thank KG42
Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

Wonderful and historic. A must see, make sure to walk around the town and visit the museums. Lexington is rich in history, beautiful and peaceful.

Thank Loveit2013
Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile

Made a quick visit here on a very hot day. Really enjoyed seeing where the war for American independence began. Traffic is heavy in the area, be sure to use the crosswalks. Directional signage from the highway could be better, but no other complaints.

Thank AndyKansasCity
Reviewed 25 June 2018

We were planning on walking around the green on our own, but a guide was there providing some information. His accent was rather strong (Boston) and it made it difficult for my kids to understand him, but I thought it was great. We then looked...More

Thank Pamela B
Reviewed 20 June 2018

You will appreciate the history of this site even more, as it is recounted by the Guides dressed in period clothing, who walk about the green. They really bring the story to life!

Thank Carmenda
Reviewed 19 June 2018

I went to Lexington Visitor's Center to get a map and an idea of what was available. As I was there a young woman in colonial costume left and went over to Battle Green, as it is labeled on the map. She is a free...More

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Reviewed 18 June 2018

Lexington Green is not huge compared to Boston Common or Central Park. It is a large grassy area where colonists faced the British in April of '75. The Minuteman statue is the significant structure, but that is as it should be. Surrounded by older homes...More

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Ziggy A
13 July 2017|
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Response from conline | Reviewed this property |
In addition to the Green, Lexington has three historic sites you can tour (the group ticket for all 3 sites is $15) and you can walk between each: Hancock Clarke House, Buckman Tavern and Monroe Tavern. We spent a whole day... More
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Tom R
15 April 2017|
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Response from Carlene L | Reviewed this property |
I apologize for the delay in answering... My trip was just for the afternoon during the week, it was a state holiday and not mean people were about. I parked down by the police station and walked to the green. I eat at the... More
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