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Minuteman National Park - Old North Bridge

714 Reviews

Minuteman National Park - Old North Bridge

714 Reviews
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174 Liberty St Minuteman National Historical Park, Concord, MA 01742-1705
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Scott wrote a review Dec 2020
New York6 contributions
Beautiful area and full of history great place to go for a walk and to pick up some facts you may not have known, very important place that began the American revolution
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Date of experience: December 2020
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mountlombard wrote a review Nov 2020
Sandown, New Hampshire863 contributions57 helpful votes
On this beautiful mid-autumn day we as a family visited Minuteman park while exploring Concord and Lexington. You can picture yourself there as a man from England or a farmer from Concord in those days. The grave of British soldiers was humbling as you can imagine the events of that fateful day.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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trophywest wrote a review Oct 2020
Redding, California437 contributions91 helpful votes
It is interesting to be in the spot where the shot heard round the world happened. History is explained through a nearby recording box. If you are a history buff, this is a must see.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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WJW0126 wrote a review Oct 2020
Tompkinsville, Kentucky253 contributions54 helpful votes
Driving into Concord, you come to Minuteman National Park on route 2A. We decided to stop in, going into the entrance at the New Visitor Center. It actually is a parking area with a small bridge to a walking track that takes you through a beautiful park setting, before getting to the visitor's center. We were met by a pleasant park ranger, Jen, who told us all about the National Park and then invited us to either take a walk around the Park, or go into the Visitor Center and take a self-guided tour through the displays. We used the hand sanitizer and then entered the building. There are several displays, discussing the events of April 1775, and the "shot heard round the world". There is normally a small video that is played in a little theater, but that was not available when we were there. We spent about 20 minutes reading the information and looking at the pictures and displays dealing with those opening events to our countries fight for Independence. A great place for families to get to know our nations important history. I only give it 4 out of 5, because at this point, so many things were shut down, like the theater and the gift shop, it made our stay a little shorter than we would have liked. And as an older couple, we were not desiring to walk around the park. But I will say it is a beautiful area and being free, worth the time to stop and learn and appreciate how blessed we are to live in a country where we benefit from the sacrifices of those who have gone before us.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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travelinbluesgal wrote a review Apr 2020
Cambridge, Massachusetts189 contributions38 helpful votes
I'd love to go back when spring really pops to see the amazing flowers/plants that adorn the area. This is a must-visit site to reflect on the Battle of Concord. Park rangers offer guided tours that might interest you. Take them up on it and you will learn a lot.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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