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Lexington: Liberty Ride
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Liberty Ride

A $28.00 value - Included with your Go Boston Card!

Includes these Extra(s)

  • Free parking pass will be provided with ticket
The Liberty Ride is the best way to visit Lexington and Concord. Ride along the historic Battle Road while your costumed guide recounts the exciting events of April 19, 1775, and the literary legacy that defined American identity and culture. In air-conditioned comfort, you're taken to such famous spots as Lexington Battle Green and the Old North Bridge where the militia faced off against British Regulars. Visit sights central to the start of the American Revolution, including Minuteman National Historical Park, where you can walk the Battle Trail, and the National Heritage Museum celebrating American history and culture, as well as the homes of Concord's greatest authors.

This attraction is seasonal and may be closed during your visit. Please verify this attraction's closings below.

Redemption Instructions

Present your Go Boston Card at The Lexington Visitors Center at 1875 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington. Be sure to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to tour departure to ensure adequate boarding time.

Closings

October 26 - March 31

Phone: (781) 862-0500 ext 260

Website: www.libertyride.us

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 4.5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 customer ratings)
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[3 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

HIstory alive!
By A touring educator Verified Reviewer from Georgia on
Pros:
Entertaining, History revealed, Great enthusiastic guide, Comfortable, Clean and inviting, Visited famous places, Period recreated
Cons:
Long wait btwn trolleys, Almost needed 2 full runs,
Best Uses:
Entertainment, Education,
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Lexington: Liberty Ride:

Boarded and stepped into the past with Paul Revere himself as our guide. Our 72 year old tour guide did a fantastic job making the revolution come alive and recreating all the events between Concord and Lexington. Trolley is an exceptional use of time to get to many stops between the 10 miles of historical markers. Do this if you do nothing else in Concord and Lexington.

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[3 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

Great way to see the rich history!
By A Touring Educator Verified Reviewer from Georgia on
Pros:
In character narrators, Pleasant ride in open air, Not too long, Thorough history lesson
Cons:
Aggressive presentation, Encouraged not to get off,
Best Uses:
Learning history of area,
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Lexington: Liberty Ride:

Found it a great way to see everything first with the history explained. Recommend that you plan two rides... The first all the way through without getting off. Then focus your stops on the important locations to you on the second one. Start early in the day for best use of trolley.

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Hours

April 5-May 24: Weekends only;

May 25-October 26: Daily
Please note, Go Boston Card holders may enter this attraction until closing or 5:30pm, whichever comes first.

Driving Directions

Take the Mass Pike west from Boston to Route 95/128 North and take Exit 30A onto Route 2A East (also known as Marrett Road). Follow Marrett Road straight to second set of lights at Waltham Street. Turn left onto Waltham Street. At 2nd set of lights Waltham Street ends at Massachusetts Avenue. Park in municipal lot, immediate right after stop light, behind Lexington Historical Society headquarters. Lexington Visitor's Center is a half block further west.

Public Transportation

Red Line to Alewife Station and board either bus 76 or 62 to Lexington Center. Exit at Marrett Road/Museum stop. No service on Sundays and holidays. All buses on Route 62 are equipped with wheelchair lifts.

Address

Lexington Visitors Center
1875 Massachusetts Ave
Lexington, MA
  • Seasonal
  • Good for families
  • Parking available
  • Restaurant or snack bar
  • Restrooms
  • Disabled access
  • Reservations not required

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At a Glance

Address

Lexington Visitors Center
1875 Massachusetts Ave
Lexington, MA

Phone: (781) 862-0500 ext 260

Website: www.libertyride.us

Adult Gate PriceChild Gate Price
$28.00 $12.00