Sorry to say that this tour was such a waste of time and money. I rarely write negative reviews but here are things we didn't like: We didn't get out at any of the sites besides about 10 min bridge stop, so pretty much just...More
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Enjoyed our tour on the Liberty Ride. This tour is part of the Boston Go Card and one of my favorite things we did. We started in Lexington next to Buckman's Tavern across from the Lexington Green where the Revolutionary War started. Our guide Nancy...More
We didn't get to take the ride/tour because we arrived too early for their operating season but one of their great staff (Mallory) went out of her way to provide us trip planning advice and even offered to arrange a smaller local tour of Lexington.
We (me and my 2 daughters) decided to visit Lexington on their biggest day of the year...Patriots Day weekend. For sure things were busy but the guides and employees managed us well. We were on the 11:30am tour and the previous tour was late but...More
My family and I enjoyed the Liberty Trolley. We were able to get a lot of historical information about the area and the Battle on the Green in a 90 minute narrated ride. We carried this information with us as we visited a number of...More
We bought one of the 2-day Boston Go-Passes and went to Lexington first, and this was our first stop. For more than 90 minutes, a guide tells you some of the most amazing stories about the start of the American Revolution. I consider myself well-versed...More
This is a neat, small venue for seeing the town and all that the history has to offer. There is no other ride like it in the town or most towns int eh area other than in Boston. It's not horribly expensive and I think...More
We did this tour immediately upon arriving in Lexington. It was a great way to learn about Lexington and Concord and make notes about what we wanted to stop and see ourselves later. The trolley takes you all the way through Minute Man Park where...More
This tour provides wonderful information regarding the historical significance of both Lexington and Concord and the Amt Revolution. They also manages to jump 100 years forward and tell you about the literary significance of Concord.