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    What you'll do

    Travel through Lexington and Concord on an old New England-style trolley, ticking off the cities' historic sites on the Liberty Ride.

    Take the Liberty Ride Tour with Go City®

    • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
    • 90-minute guided tour of Lexington and Concord on a New England-style trolley led by a costumed guide.
    • Visit plenty of other Boston attractions with your pass.

    Your costumed guide will narrate the Liberty Ride tour and provide all the history, trivia, and fun facts along the way.

    Lexington Liberty Ride tour highlights

    Lexington Visitors' Center – your tour starts and ends here at 1875 Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington.

    Lexington Battle Green – see the National Historic Landmark where the Lexington militia bravely confronted 800+ British Redcoats during the early hours of April 19, 1775, in the first battle of the American Revolution.

    Buckman Tavern – an 18th-century taproom where the Lexington militia congregated the night before the Battle.

    Hancock-Clarke House – Final destination of Paul Revere. Where colonial leaders John Hancock and Samuel Adams slept the night before the battle.

    Munroe Tavern – Tavern used as a field hospital by British troops on April 19, 1775.

    Paul Revere’s Capture Site – where the famous “midnight ride” came to an abrupt end.

    Meriam’s Corner – where British Regulars came under fire as they retreated to Boston.

    Orchard House – Home where Author Louisa May Alcott wrote “Little Women.”

    Colonial Inn – Still-functioning Inn and historic landmark in the heart of Concord Center. The Inn was later home to Henry David Thoreau.

    Old Manse – Home of Minister William Emerson, his grandson Ralph Waldo Emerson, and the honeymoon home of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne.

    Concord Museum – Museum boasting a significant collection of historic artifacts, including the famed Revere lantern, Emerson's study, and Thoreau's desk.

    The Wayside – Home of many notable historic figures including the Alcott Family, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Margaret Sidney.

    Emerson House – Home of Ralph Waldo Emerson, foremost 19th-century literary figure.

    North Bridge – where colonial militiamen were first ordered to fire upon the British Regulars. Home of French’s Concord Minuteman statue.

    Go City is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Lexington Liberty Ride tour tickets, plus admission to dozens of top Boston attractions for one money-saving price.

    Ready to start exploring Boston? First, choose between an All-Inclusive Pass or Explorer Pass.

    Experience Liberty Ride and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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    Know before you go

    Reservations are encouraged to guarantee your spot on this popular trolley tour, reserve your date and time in advance on Liberty Ride's website.

    Click on 'Buy Tickets' to select your desired tour time and the number of pass holders for the reservation. Liberty Ride may require a valid credit card number to hold your reservation, and will only charge if you are a no-show. Your pass must be valid on the day of the tour.

    Getting in: present your pass at the front desk of the Lexington Visitors Center located at 1875 Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington, MA.

    Please Note: the Liberty Ride is a guided narrated tour, not a hop-on hop-off trolley. Guests remain on the trolley for the duration of the trip, except for a 15-minute stop at the North Bridge in Concord. The Liberty Ride is wheelchair accessible.

    For more information, visit the Liberty Ride website.

    Liberty Ride Tour tickets help

    Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.

    Where you'll be

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    1875 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, US

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    Operating hours

    Friday, June 17, 2022 – Sunday, October 31, 2022:

    Start regular service every Friday through Monday until 10/30/22 at 10:00am and 11:30am.

    Liberty Ride

    (781) 862-0500 ext. 84586

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    Free cancellation

    Plans can change, we get it. All non-activated passes are eligible for a refund within 90 days from your purchase date.

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