Minuteman National Historic Park

Minute Man National Historical Park is located in Boston, Massachusetts. Students of all ages will see the opening battle of the Revolution brought to life. They will get the opportunity to explore the battlefields and the structures that are associated with April 19, 1775. The students will witness the American Revolutionary spirit through writings of Concord authors. Student groups of all ages will find something fascinating at the Minute Man National Historical Park. They offer special events, guided tours, and interesting sites to explore. Areas to explore include: the Minute Man Visitor Center, Battle Road Trail, the Wayside: Home of Authors, The North Bridge in Concord and the North Bridge Visitor Center. The Minute Man visitor Center shows a theater program called the “Road To The Revolution.” The film is an introduction to the story of the Minute Man Park. The film depicts Paul Revere’s ride and the battles at Lexington Green, and North Bridge. The center also has exhibits to observe. Ranger programs are offered during the year. Guided tours include the following: the North Bridge Ranger Program, Wayside Programs, the Battle Road Trail Walk, the Whittemore House Ranger Program and the British Redcoat Program. During the Battle Road Trail program, the student group will learn about the events of April 19, 1775, landscape changes, and the American Revolution through the perspective of Concord authors. Come with your student tour and visit this iconic historical attraction!