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#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Concord
Stretching from Concord and winding through Lexington, the Minute Man National Park, and the Battle Field Road Trail, are filled with history and beautiful scenery.
Along with the many museums in Lexington and Concord and other historical sites in the area, the Minuteman National Historical Park is a great place to begin to learn the significant history of this area.
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#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Concord
We started our visit at the Center which is well-staffed with knowledgeable Park Rangers and has a 30 minute video with special effects to take you back to 1776.
Highly recommend going to the Minuteman National Park Visitor Center first and watch the film which in turn will give you a better idea and perception of the origins of the road and what happened here.
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#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Concord
There are a wide variety of visitors, including families, romantic couples, joggers, swimmers, students, international visitors, nature lovers and more.
If you are up for a good hike, the best way to get the most of your Thoreau experience is to park all day for free beside the Concord Visitors Center, get your maps at the center, walk down Lexington where you can...
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Concord
Adjacent to the Old North Bridge, and a short walk from the Butterick Mansion, headquarters to the Minute Man National Historical Park, America's early history is all around you.
The adjacent land where the battle of Concord took place was donated to the federal government and is now a national park, but the house is independently owned.
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#5 of 8 Nature & Parks in Concord
you can easily include Great Meadows and North Bridge into 1 day that would include nature, history and exercise.
quiet, small parking lot, beautiful circular boardwalk and side trails, park benches etc. great birding location, or just to get away and breathe oxygen for an hour.
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Concord
Walden Pond is a serene scenic area where Ralph Waldo Emerson reflected in thought and Henry David Thoreau lived in a small cabin for a little over two years taking copious notes on his interactions with nature an...
Going back and experiencing the solitude he had amid the beauty of Waldon Pond forces us to put away our electronics and just enjoy nature and its importance to us.
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary Lincoln 5.8 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Lincoln
Great place to walk and enjoy the nature!
And why not make a whole day out of visiting the area and take in Historic New England's Gropius House and the De Cordova Museum and Sculpture Park.
Mount Misery Lincoln 5.5 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Lincoln