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
Old North Church: 243rd Annual Lantern Lighting - April 14, 8:00pm
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
Liberty Ride - April 14-15
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!
Come out and welcome Revere to "the opposite shore" and enjoy festivities at the Charlestown Navy Yard. Celebrate Paul Revere's historic row across Boston Harbor with an evening of fun starting at 7pm. At 8:35 a procession begins to witness from Pier 1 the hanging of two lanterns atop Old North Church. Shortly after, witness Paul Revere being rowed across the harbor before riding off into the night for his famous ride!
Patriots Day Parade in Boston - April 15, 9am
The Day starts with a morning flag-raising ceremony in Government Center followed by a Patriots Day Parade. The Massachusetts Lancers then stage the rides of Paul Revere and William Dawes.
Patriots Day Parade in Lexington - April 15, 2pm
The parade starts at Massachusetts Avenue and Maple Street in East Lexington, proceeding west along Massachusetts Avenue through Lexington center, left onto Worthen Road ending at the town pool parking lot.
Lexington Green and Concord North Bridge Reenactments - April 15
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.
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.
The Boston Marathon is the world's largest annual marathon - held annually on Patriots' Day. The Boston Marathon ranks as one of the world's best-known road racing events. It's one of six World Marathon Majors.