Welcome to Lexington:
Celebrating 250 Years of Revolutionary History

Dive into the rich tapestry of our town’s history and join us in marking this significant milestone.

Photography, articles & travel tips about Lexington and the Revolutionary War

Welcome to our dedicated site celebrating Lexington’s pivotal role in the American Revolution. As long-standing residents, we have spent countless hours immersing ourselves in our town’s rich history, and it’s our honor to share that knowledge with you. Whether you’re a fellow resident or a visitor from afar, we invite you to explore our 250-year legacy and join in the festivities.

photo of a statue


Our town played a crucial role in the American Revolution, and these pages are dedicated to telling that story. From the First Shot to Lexington’s broader role in the American Revolution, journey back in time with us.

First Shot The American Revolution in Lexington

Notable Figures

Meet the heroes of the Revolution and the influential figures who shaped our history. Delve into their biographies and explore their impact.

Paul Revere John Hancock Samuel Adams Jonas Clarke John Parker William Dawes


Revisit the significant battles that took place in and around Lexington, including the Battle of Lexington and the Battle of Concord.

Battle of Lexington


From parades & reenactments to exhibitions & talks, discover the events lined up to commemorate the 250th anniversary.

250th Anniversary Events


Uncover historic sites, museums & monuments, and beautiful parks & trails that tell the story of Lexington’s revolutionary past.

The American Revolution in Lexington

Small Businesses

Support our vibrant dining & entertainment, shopping, and accommodations scene.

Dining & Entertainment Shopping Accommodations

Coming Soon For Kids

We are making a wealth of interactive games & quizzes and educational resources for the younger generations to learn about the American Revolution.

Latest Articles

Stay up-to-date with our blog covering local stories, event updates, and business highlights.

Taste of Lexington!

Hey Revolutionaries! Last night was Taste of Lexington. An event to showcase local businesses, specifically restaurants, in Lexington center!  Lots …
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New Editions to Buckman Tavern!

Hey history nerds! What a comparison. This is Buckman Tavern, the gathering place of the Lexington Militia in 1775. The …
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Listen to the favorite songs of Jonas Clarke

We also nicknamed him our favorite colonial dad-bod. Why I chose these songs Every single one of these tracks is …
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