The tour departs from Paul Revere Mall at the Old North Church at 7:30pm for the 26 mile ride to Concord. This road paced ride is FREE and open to all but is also UNSUPPORTED. Please bring your bike, helmet, lights and anything else you need to ride for the next 2.5 hours. Urban Adventours
Each year in mid-April, thousands of people flock to historic Lexington and Concord and Minute Man National Historical Park to celebrate Patriot's Day. Patriot's Day is a special Massachusetts State holiday commemorating the opening battle of the American Revolutionary War, April 19, 1775.
Visit the birthplaces of American liberty and 19th century literature! Board a classic trolley to 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. The Liberty Ride departs at 10:00am, 11:30am, 1pm, and 2:30pm from the Lexington Visitors Center at 1875 Massachusetts Avenue.Online tickets now available!
Paul Revere Row Re-enactment at the Charlestown Navy Yard - April 16 7:30pm-9pm
Come out and welcome Revere to "the opposite shore" and enjoy festivities at the Charlestown Navy Yard. Special activities for children and adults, including colonial games, the reading of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's famous poem "Paul Revere's Ride" and drilling with the Charlestown Militia, will take places at the USS Constitution Museum. Patrick M. Leehey, Paul Revere House Research Director, will explain the true story of the historic row and ride so often shrouded in myth. Paul Revere House
Every year since 1875, on the eve of Patriot's Day, Old North has commemorated the hanging of the lanterns by inviting guests to join a prominent member of the community at the Lantern Ceremony. This year, we are honoring the survivors of last year's marathon bombings and those first responders who so courageously came to their aid. Old North Church
After the Patriots' Day Parade stop by the Concord Museum to hear the Middlesex County 4H Fife & Drum Corps, take part in patriotic crafts for families, and visit with living history re-enactors. Explore the Museum's outstanding collection of treasures from April, 1775 including the famous "one, if by land, two, if by sea" Revere lantern.
Patriots' Day observances at Old Sturbridge will resound with the peal of bells, the stirring beat of drums and the thrilling call of the fife, as the Sturbridge Militia musters on the common on Monday, April 17th. Special programs and activities throughout the day will invite visitors to experience the sights and sounds of our colonial ancestors, reacting with hasty alarm to action at Lexington and Concord. Old Sturbridge Village
On Marathon Monday, we will be open and free to the public, in support of our city's healing. Visitors will be invited to participate in a suncatcher craft, poetry activities, and invited to contribute to our Transcending Boundaries exhibit by adding their own message of hope for Boston, and the world at large. Mary Baker Eddy Library
Learn about the events leading up to the American Revolution with the Freedom Trail Foundation, offering tours at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm leaving from the Visitor's Center on Boston Common. The Freedom Trail