Visit the Lexington Battle Green itself and original houses like the Buckman Tavern and Jonathan Harrington's House. Then, visit Concord, where you'll pass by the house where the Concord grape was first bred, Nathaniel Hawthorne's old house and Louisa May Alcott's old house. Stopping at the Old North Bridge, get out one last time to see the bridge, where the "shot heard 'round the world" was fired and where Ralph Waldo Emerson's family farmhouse still stands. Finally, the tour passes by Walden Pond, where you can see the replica of Henry David Thoreau's one-room cabin out by the woods, where he famously wrote the book "Walden."
PRICE: $62.00 per person until October 12, 2018; $67.00 per person on site; 2 Fun Bucks
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: The deadline to purchase tickets online was October 12, 2018. Tickets must now be purchased on site and are subject to availability.
REFUND POLICY: All requests for refunds and/or exchanges to tour or attraction ticket orders had to have been received by October 12, 2018.
NOTES: There is an estimated 45-minute commute to get from the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center to the tour launch location in Lexington. There will be a break for lunch, which attendees can purchase on their own.
ADA: While the tours are entirely wheelchair accessible, there are some very bumpy sidewalks on occasion, and advanced notice of a wheelchair is always appreciated to allow the guide to be sensitive to any needed path alterations. Contact Younes Dahlek at 407-468-1767 at least 72 hours prior to tour date to make arrangements for an ADA vehicle.