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Heritage Tourism in Lexington

Year-round, the Lexington Visitor Center greets tourists from all across the country as well as from all around the world.   Visitors journey to see such historic Lexington landmarks as the Battle Green, Buckman Tavern, Hancock-Clarke House, and Munroe Tavern.  Our community's heritage is  closely linked to nearby Concord,  and many visitors make a point of experiencing both historic spots in American history.   Minuteman National Historical Park (located in the towns of Lexington, Lincoln & Concord) is run by the National Park Service and essential to any   visit to the region

Visit Lexington

Lexington Historical Society

Map of Historic sites

Key attractions:

Patriot's Day - April 19th reenactment and parade. In 2023 the celebration date is April 17th.   Other reenactments here

Liberty Ride  (seasonal tourism trolley) - with narrated tour of Lexington/Concord

Minuteman National Historical Park - featuring free multimedia show

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library - rotating exhibits throughout the year

Historic Battle Road - a corridor of Colonial heritage sites

Buckman Tavern, Hancock-Clarke House, and Munroe Tavern, and The Depot

Lexington Visitor Center - Phone number: 781-862-1450  |   1875 Massachusetts, Ave., Lexington, MA 02420

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