Lexington and Concord Private Driving Tour

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Experience the rich history of the American Revolution on the Lexington and Concord 5 Hour Private Day Tour. Journey outside of Boston to the site where it all began. Walk on Lexington Battle Green and hear the stories of the events that led to the first shots fired in the war for American independence. Explore sites along "Battle Road", from historic taverns to bronze statues at Minute Man National Historical Park. Discover the literary world of early America at Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House and the nature preserve that inspired Henry David Thoreau's Walden. Pay homage to renowned writers at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Throughout the tour, you'll learn about the important role Concord played in the Underground Railroad and support local businesses. Immerse yourself in the history and beauty of Lexington and Concord before a scenic drive back to the city.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 5 hours
  • Suitable for 1-6 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Explore the site where the American Revolution began
  • Discover historic taverns and bronze statues along Battle Road
  • Visit Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House, the birthplace of Little Women
  • Pay homage to renowned authors at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
  • Experience the peaceful beauty of Walden Pond
  • local english speaking guide.
  • Stroll around beautiful walden pond and the house that inspired little women
  • Tour minute man national historical park and the historic sites on “battle road”
  • Visit old north bridge and hear about the “shot heard round the world
  • Stop at sleepy hollow cemetery, a resting place for many notable figures
  • Private transportation
  • Custom pick up and drop off!
  • additional food and drink, souvenirs, tips/gratuities for your guide
  • Not all locations listed are guaranteed stops

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Welcome to the Lexington and Concord 5 Hour Private Day Tour, where you'll embark on a captivating journey through the historic sites that played a pivotal role in the American Revolution. This tour will transport you back in time, providing essential information and context about the events leading up to the birth of a nation.

What to expect?

During the Lexington and Concord 5 Hour Private Day Tour, you can expect to discover the rich history and significance of each site you visit. From the Lexington Battle Green, where the first shots of the revolution were fired, to the Minute Man National Historical Park and the 1775 replica of Old North Bridge, you'll immerse yourself in the stories of resilience and courage that shaped the course of history.

Who is this for?

This tour is an ideal experience for history enthusiasts, patriotic individuals, and curious explorers of all ages. It offers a compelling opportunity to not only learn about the American Revolution but also gain insight into the lives of prominent literary figures such as Louisa May Alcott and Henry David Thoreau. Whether you're a local or a visitor, the Lexington and Concord tour will leave you with a deeper appreciation for the roots of American democracy.

Why book this?

Immerse yourself in the heart of the American Revolution and gain a comprehensive understanding of the events that laid the foundation for the United States. This private tour ensures a personalized and engaging experience, allowing you to explore at your own pace and ask questions along the way. With a focus on providing diverse perspectives and visiting local businesses, the tour offers a holistic view of history and furthers the mission of inclusivity. By booking this tour, you'll walk away with a newfound appreciation for the sacrifices made by the early patriots and a deeper connection to the historical fabric of the United States.

Good to know

The Lexington and Concord 5 Hour Private Day Tour covers a distance of approximately 30 miles, allowing you to witness the scenic beauty of the surrounding area. Dress comfortably and wear appropriate walking shoes, as you'll have the opportunity to explore various sites on foot. Additionally, be prepared for meaningful conversations about the contributions of underrepresented groups during the American Revolution. This tour is a testament to the resilience of both the people who fought for freedom and those who continue to preserve and protect these historically significant locations.


Feedback from previous tour participants highlights the incredible knowledge and passion of the tour guides, who bring history to life through their engaging storytelling. Visitors have described the experience as both educational and inspiring, with many expressing gratitude for the opportunity to delve into the lesser-known aspects of the American Revolution. Past travelers also appreciate the efforts made to support local businesses and explore the role of Concord in the Underground Railroad. Overall, the Lexington and Concord 5 Hour Private Day Tour has received glowing reviews for its informative and immersive journey through history.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Community Impact: -We are committed to a “360-degree view” of storytelling, featuring stories about underrepresented groups, such as women, immigrants, and people of various ethnicities, ages, religions, and sexual orientations -During our visit to the towns of Lexington and Concord, we will provide recommendations and offer opportunities to patronize small and local businesses -Your guide will speak of the important role Concord played in the Underground Railroad and how one of the town's most prominent families of their day served as a refuge for many people escaping slavery -You will learn about the ongoing efforts by locals who are protecting historically and environmentally significant places including Walden Pond and Walden Woods

Lexington Green

Your private Lexington tour includes a stop at the Lexington Battle Green, sometimes called the Lexington Common, where the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War occurred. This public park contains a number of relevant historical sculptures and commemorative memorial sites.

Minute Man National Historical Park

This area operated by the National Park Service contains a number of historic sites, including Lexington Battle Green, The Minute Man statue, and North Bridge.

The Old North Bridge

This bridge spanning the Concord River is a 1775 replica of the one that would have been present during the Concord Fight, part of the larger Battles of Lexington and Concord.

Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House

Your Lexington and Concord tour can include a stop at this historic home where Louisa May Alcott wrote one of her most famous literary classics, Little Women.

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

We’ll stop by this historic cemetery that is the final resting place of notable authors including Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Walden Pond State Reservation

You’ll experience the same peace and beauty that inspired author Henry David Thoreau during his stay here and during which the renowned writer penned his famous 1854 work, Walden, otherwise known as Life in the Woods.



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Our family booked this 4-hour driving tour and had Nabil as our guide to Lexington and Concord after staying in Boston and touring there. I would HIGHLY recommend adding this tour onto a Boston visit and after you do a Boston walking tour of some kind. It adds so much context to what you'll learn in the city of Boston proper. Our tour started at noon and we were walking around Cambridge that morning. Nabil met us with a clean, well-marked van in Cambridge and picked us up from there. It was so convenient and easily slid into what we were already doing as a family. Nabil's knowledge of American Revolution history really helped set the stage for the visits to the battleground in Lexington and then Concord. We were able to stop and these sites and Nabil walked us around and explained things at each stop. We got to see the Alcott house and Walden Pond and Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, where many of the transcendentalist writers and their families are buried. Finally, a trip back into the city through Cambridge and across the "Smoot Bridge" was a fun way to end the trip. We were dropped off right at our hotel. Definitely do yourself a favor and add to your Boston visit with this trip.


Nabil did a great job! I would recommend book ing this experience. Lots of history to be learned and great communication.


Our guide, Nabil, was amazing. He spent over 6 hours showing us Cambridge, Lexington and Concord. We learned so much about the Revolutionary War. I highly recommend this tour.


Nabil did a fantastic job! We learned a ton and he enriched our understanding of the area. This is the perfect flexible tour for families.


My wife and I have toured the world and have had the pleasure to meet many terrific people as tour guides. But all fade in comparison to our new friend, Nabile. Friendly way beyond what the typical tour guide, even the great ones, need to be. Intelligent with a vast knowledge of his topics and extremely thought provoking. So dedicated to show his clients not just the scheduled tour sites but also throw in places off the tourist path that few would see. And his passion for the history of Revolutionary War is so visible that the events are magnified to historic reality as he relates them. Usually, a guide will speed through places so as to stay on schedule. Nabile covered all the tour sites to our satisfaction and then asked us what else we would like to see, and recommended things that he thought we would be interested in. He just kept going which delighted us to no end. He went well past his scheduled time to show us so many things of wonder in the Boston area. No exaggeration...he is the best guide I have ever experienced. Do yourself a huge favor, seek him out if you get the opportunity.


We booked the private 5 hour day tour of Lexington & Concord on our last day in New England and I have to say, it was the best day of our 10 day trip! We were two Senior couples and Nabil was our private guide and he was more than terrific, he was passionate about the history of the American revolution and all of Boston, and we learned so much! He wanted to make sure we saw all that we could see and he made several stops that were not even listed on the tour. He would even go and get his van to pick us up (down the road) to minimize our walks. He was very respectful, professional and knowledgeable of the history of the area. Our tour went two hours over and Nabil even offered to drop us off at the Union Oyster House restaurant so we could have dinner since we toured through our lunch break because we very having so much fun! Super highly recommend!


Our tour guide/new friend, Nabil, was fantastic. This was a wonderful tour. Can’t recommend enough. Saw so many hidden gems and “quaint” places. And we covered a very important part of American history in great depth. Pick this tour for sure


Best tour ever. Nabil, our tour guide and now our good fried, was spectacular. He went above and beyond and showed us so much of Boston, Concord and Lexington and so much more. Quaint was the word of the day!! He was a wealth of knowledge and so much fun. He dropped us off at Ye Olde Union Oyster House and just like he told us we had a great meal. Can’t recommend this tour enough


4 seniors spent a day with Allison seeing Lexington Concord with a request for emphasis on authors. We were not disappointed. Louisa May Alcott’s home was amazing, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Walden Pond, stop at a farm, lunch at a quaint place Allison was very knowledgeable about Revolutionary history as well as satisfying us with Thoreau, Emerson, etc stories. Highly recommend a day with Allison!


Nabil was extremely friendly, courteous and knowledgeable! We learned a tremendous amount, and this tour really added to our visit of the Boston area. This was a surprise gift to my history-buff husband and he was very pleased with the experience. I should add that Nabil was very flexible during the day and airways gave us options of what we could see and do. Couldn’t give him a higher recommendation!
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