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Minute Man National Historical Park

The events of April 19, 1775 were a turning point in the long struggle between Mother England and her American colonies. In a march of protest and petition turned independence and revolution, the fighting on April 19, 1775 would foreshadow the rebellious action of the American colonies to ultimately create a new nation, the United States of America.

Plane - From Boston's Logan Airport: Take the Ted Williams Tunnel to the Massachusetts Turnpike. Follow the Pike west to I-95 North. Follow I-95 North to Exit 30B. You will be on Route 2A west. The Minute Man Visitor Center is located 1-mile west of I-95.


Car - From I-95: Take exit 30B. You will be on Route 2A west. The park is 1-mile west off ramp.

From MassPike: Take I-95 Exit (exit 14) and follow above directions.

From Route 2: Follow Route 2 to I-95 North. Proceed north one exit to 30B. Follow directions above.


Bus - New this year! Tour Lexington and Concord on LIBERTY RIDE, the first ever transportation link and guided tour between the historic towns of Lexington and Concord. See the link "nearby attractions" at the top of this page for more details.


Public Transportation - MBTA Commuter Rail stops at the Concord Depot. From the Depot, the North Bridge Unit is a 1.5-mile walk. No bus or taxi service available.

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