Lexington and Concord Tourism

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Since it had such a large role in the American Revolution, Boston is known for being one of the oldest and most historical cities in the United States - and it certainly is. However, there are also lots of smaller towns and villages outside of Boston that have played a big role in U.S. history as well. The Boston Total Experience Tour from Brush Hill Tours gives guests a fresh opportunity to see the best of what makes old New England great. Before capping off their day with lunch and an afternoon in downtown Boston, guests of the Total Experience Tour will follow the route of patriot Paul Revere’s infamous midnight ride through the historic countryside towns of Belmont and Lexington while stopping at places like the Lexington Green - where the Minutemen fought off 700 British redcoats - and the homes of recognized authors like Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Louisa May … [Read more...]

Fall Foliage in Boston Area

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Football is starting, baseball is ending and you know what that means (in New England at least)… the leaves are falling off the trees. There is perhaps no better state in the Northeast than Massachusetts to see fall foliage in all of its glory. If you are going to visit the area in order to scope out leaves, pick some apples and take a tour or two, there are plenty of Boston Attractions to round out your trip with. You may want to see Boston's Old State House Museum or the New England Aquarium during your visit but, if you came for the leaves, taking the Fall Foliage Tour should be priority number one. Offered by Brush Hill Tours, the Fall Foliage Tour began running on September 14 and will continue through October 27. Guests of the tour will have the chance to experience the gently rolling New England countryside and take in all the hues that are produced by a slowly departing … [Read more...]

Lexington and Concord Attractions

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If you’re interested in American history, you know Boston is the place to be for historical landmarks and attractions related to the colonial era, the American Revolution, and the birth of our country. However, visitors often overlook the two sites that have some of the most significance for this time period: Lexington and Concord. A Lexington and Concord tour is the best way to experience the origins of the United States and learn about the unique history with authentic attractions. Lexington and Concord attractions are many and varied, going beyond the Lexington Battle Green to include museums, 18th century houses inhabited by famous early Americans, and even immaculately restored taverns. Here’s a look at some of the must-see Lexington and Concord attractions.     Lexington Attractions Liberty Ride Though it starts in Lexington, the Liberty Ride is actually a … [Read more...]