Lexington Visitors Center
Liberty Ride, our award-winning trolley tour of historic Lexington & Concord
Lexington Historical Society
Minute Man National Park
Celebrations & Community Events
Map of Lexington
Parking in Lexington Center
Public Restrooms in Lexington
Where to Stay
Information for Visitors
Minute Men at a Reenactment; Buckman Tavern, just off the Battle Green; Minuteman Statue.
Welcome to Lexington, the birthplace of American Liberty!
Our town has a proud tradition of hosting visitors from throughout the nation and around the world who come here to walk in the footsteps of our nation's first patriots.
The Visitors Center, located across from the Battle Green offers information and hospitality 362 days a year.
The Tour Lexington website provides a wealth of information about:
things to do
where to stay
places to eat
Lexington area transportation
Lexington offers visitors a multitude of educational and entertaining opportunities to experience our Revolutionary past:
Located 11 miles northwest of Boston and east of Concord, Lexington is also within 2-3 hours' driving distance from Cape Cod and the beaches of New Hampshire, Maine, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The natural and cultural resources of the Berkshire Mountains are also a few hours' drive west.
Lexington today seeks to combine the best of the past and present. The citizens of Lexington look forward to sharing our history and heritage with you.