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Concord's North Bridge: History and Memory ~ 11:30 a.m. Daily

A park ranger standing with a crowd points to the landscape off camera.
Ranger program at the North Bridge

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At 11:30 a.m. meet a Park Ranger at the benches by the North Bridge for this daily 30 minute program. Learn about the momentous battle at Concord’s North Bridge, where the British Army suffered its first casualties of the war, and the legacy of this event in American History.
Details
This is a short program covering many topics from the history of Concord's North Bridge
Meet a ranger at the benches by the North Bridge. Learn about the momentous battle at Concord’s North Bridge, where the British Army suffered its first casualties of the war, and the legacy of this event in American History. 
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.
A selection of wooden benches located at Concord's North Bridge. 
11:30 A.M. Daily starting May 30, 2021. 
 
Accessibility Information
This program is located at the eastern bank of Concord's North Bridge. The program begins 400 feet from the North Bridge parking lot located along Monument Street. There is a crosswalk connecting the bridge trail to the parking lot.

The program can be accessed via a wide dirt walking trail. The trail is leveled and has a slight slope leading down to the bridge. There are sitting bench options both at the program location and located along the trail. 

Some program guides may move from one side of the bridge to the other (east to west). The bridge itself is roughly 140 Feet long and slightly arched. There are limited sitting benches on the opposite (west) side of the bridge. 

Last updated: May 29, 2021