The Minuteman National Historical Park
A visit to Concord, MA means visiting some of Colonial America’s most enticing attractions. During your stay with the BEST WESTERN Historic Concord, you’ll be just minutes from some of the region’s most prized monuments housed at the Minutemen National Historical Park, including the Battle of Lexington site and the reconstructed Old North Bridge.
From our 100% smoke-free Concord hotel, you’ll find the Minute Man National Historical Park less than three miles away. Once there, be sure to explore the multitude of historic sites commemorating the American Revolutionary War found throughout the 970-acre park.
Don’t miss the Old North Bridge – a reconstructed version of the 1760 historical site from the Battle of Concord. Likewise, the Battle Road Trail – connecting Lexington and Concord – commemorates the Battle of Lexington and Concord with restored colonial landscapes and numerous British soldier grave sites.
Other sites include Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Concord Hymn monument and Daniel Chester French’s Minute Man statue – each are found at the Minutemen National Historical Park and feature their own historical charm and mystique.
After you’ve thoroughly explored the park, make the short return to your spacious, award-winning hotel room. Complement your experiences with our excellent hotel amenities, including free high-speed Internet, outdoor swimming pool, and the ever-popular complimentary breakfast each morning – effectively topping off a wonderful experience in Concord.