Basic Information

"Warning about GPS Systems!

Vehicle Navigation Systems and GPS units may provide inaccurate information. This can send drivers the wrong way on roads to sites which never had actual assigned addresses (such as former farm fields and swamps), leading them to dead ends or areas prohibited to the public, or sending them on roads which are not for vehicle use. Please use the brown informational signs from Interstate exits for wayfinding.

From Boston's Logan Airport: Take the Ted Williams Tunnel to the Massachusetts Turnpike. Follow the Pike west to I-95 North. Follow I-95 North to Exit 30B. You will be on Route 2A west. The Minute Man Visitor Center is located 1-mile west of I-95.

From I-95: Take exit 30B. You will be on Route 2A west. The park is 1-mile west off ramp.

From MassPike: Take I-95 Exit (exit 14) and follow above directions.

From Route 2: Follow Route 2 to I-95 North. Proceed north one exit to 30B. Follow directions above.

North Bridge and North Bridge Visitor Center:
174 Liberty St. Concord MA.

North Bridge: Follow directions above. Continue on Rt 2A. for approx. 2.5 miles. Bear right onto Lexington Road. Continue for approx. 3 miles to Concord Center. Take a right onto Monument St. Parking for North Bridge is 0.5 miles on the right.

North Bridge Visitor Center: In Concord Center, take a right onto Monument St. Continue for approx. 1/2 a mile. Cross the River and take a left on Liberty St. The North Bridge Visitor Center is at the top of the hill on your left.

Public Transportation

MBTA Commuter Rail: The Fitchburg Line from Boston's North Station stops at the Concord Depot on Thoreau Street. From the Depot, the North Bridge Unit is a 1.5-mile walk. MBTA Subway/Bus:Ride the MBTA Red Line subway to Alewife Station.From Alewife, take the 76 Bus to the Old Mass Ave & Marrett Road stop in Lexington.Ask the driver to point out the stop to you.NOTE: This bus runs Monday to Saturday but NOT ON SUNDAY.

Interested in accessing the park from Boston and going on a wonderful one-way eight-mile hike? Take the MBTA Subway/Bus as described above, which drops you off by the Battle Road Trail.Walk a short distance west to the Minute Man Visitor Center. Continue on the Battle Road Trail to Meriam's Corner.Continue through Concord Center on the sidewalk to the North Bridge area.Walk back through Concord Center to the Depot and return via MBTA Commuter Rail.

The Liberty Ride, a guided trolley tour of Lexington and Concord operated by the Town of Lexington, makes stops throughout the park, including Minute Man Visitor Center and the North Bridge. The tour begins at the temporary Lexington Visitors Center, located at Cary Memorial Building 1605 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA 02420,  Tickets can be purchased there or online at

The grounds of Minute Man National Historical Park are open sunrise to sunset.  Parking lot gates close promptly at sunset.

NORTH BRIDGE VISITOR CENTER: 174 Liberty St. Concord MA. 01742
Closed for the winter.

MINUTE MAN VISITOR CENTER: Eastern entrance of the park just off I-95 on Rt 2A Lincoln MA. 
Closed for the winter
Re-opens April 1, 2020,
Daily 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. through October 31, 2020

Closed for the winter

Closed for the winter

Closed for the winter


Reservations for Field Trips:
Please see Field Trip Options for more information.

The Road to Revolution
There is no fee to see The Road to Revolution.
Group Reservations: Groups of 15 people or more may make a reservation to ensure a particular show time. Reservations can be made online at Please note that there is a fee of $1.50 per person for reservations. 

The Wayside: Home of Authors - Opens May 25 - October 31, 2019

Guided House Tour Fees



Seniors and Students 17 and over with ID's


Children 16 and under


Group Tours


For group tour information for The Wayside call (978) 318 - 7826.

Federal Pass Program

Minute Man NHP is no longer selling Annual Passes and Golden Age passes. For more information about the pass program, visit:

Free passes: Military, Access, and Every Kid in a Park will continue to be available at Minute Man Visitor Center, April 1 - October 29, 2017

Special Use Permits

Call (978) 318 - 7828

Entrance Fees:


Last updated: November 16, 2019

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

North Bridge Visitor Center / Park Head Quarters
174 Liberty St.

Concord, MA 01742


(978) 369-6993

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