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This route follows the trail taken by the British on their retreat to Boston after the battle of Lexington and Concord.
Concord, MA
+1 978-369-6993
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Reviewed November 2, 2016

I would have loved to walk the entire Battle trail and experience where the British soldiers walked as they fled back to Boston under fire from the colonial militia. Alas, I was with someone who can't walk that far so we ended up only walking...More

1  Thank SueMPA
Reviewed October 26, 2016

Well maintained and signed linear National Park allows you to walk a portion the road the British walked in 1776. British soldiers ("Lobster Backs" because of their red coats) marched from Cambridge to North Bridge in Concord - about 20 miles - but you can...More

Thank Marion V
Reviewed October 19, 2016

When in the Boston area, take a short drive and visit this beautiful park. Lots of interesting history along the route.

Thank Jolene W
Reviewed September 14, 2016

It was a nice place to walk, Just a path through the woods,didn't go far but it was nice. There is many trails throught.

Thank Dottie M
Reviewed September 9, 2016

The trail is 5 miles long, but if you have the time, it is worth walking or cycling along it. It is well marked and there are points of interest to look at along the way, with information boards, such as the place where Paul...More

1  Thank mouseHerts
Reviewed August 28, 2016

Interesting from a historical point of view and beautiful from a Nature's point of view, this is a satisfying and enjoyable way to spend a few hours walking through lovely country side and follow the well marked land marks that describe what happened here in...More

Thank Stephen B
Reviewed August 21, 2016

This route is part of the Minute Man National Historical Park. After the fight at the North Bridge, the British Regulars retreated along this route starting at Meriam's Corner where the Patriots who were by now waiting for them open fire from every direction and...More

Thank Richard S
Reviewed July 19, 2016

great historic spot, awesome place to run or walk. go to visitor's center first for schedule of activities

Thank SGDGMA07
Reviewed July 18, 2016

My 10-year-old and I walked the portion of the trail between the Minute Man Visitor's Center and Hartwell Tavern (using Liberty Ride trolley for the rest of the journey). It is a wonderful trail. I believe biking the 5 miles would be a perfect way...More

1  Thank Denise F
Reviewed July 17, 2016

We enjoyed biking this trail, but not for exercise. Quick way to get from house to house, to see the actual places that were there when the first shots were fired of the Revolutionary War. The Visitor Center media presentation was great and set the...More

1  Thank nancyj0112015
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Davis K
September 25, 2017|
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Response from jbwhitehouse | Reviewed this property |
No idea. As the prior response said it would be best to check with the National Park Service. Tip: apply insect repellent.
July 15, 2016|
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Response from Lolabowla | Reviewed this property |
Hi - I do not know of any bike tours, the Urban Adventures one is probably good. However, you can rent bikes in Bedford Mass, at a bike shop that is located on the Bike Trail - that;s a fun ride, goes from Bedford, in to... More
Jackie B
July 29, 2015|
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The Bike Stop Dudley Street in Arlington