Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Lexington and Concord - Where it all began!

While we were in Boston last week, we also visited Lexington and Concord.  There is a new visitor's center in Lexington with some good exhibits according to Uncle Bob but it was closed.  So we proceeded to Concord and the North Bridge.

The North Bridge was the site of the first battle in the Revolutionary War.

Grampa and Sarah outside of Buttrick Mansion which is the Visitor's Center  at the Old North Bridge.


Peter in front of the Hancock Cannon.
 Can you see the Old North Bridge in the background?
 Better shot of the bridge from the distance.
 Me in front of the bridge.
 Sarah on the bridge.
 Me and my little people on the bridge.
 Peter on the bridge.
 The Minute Man statue.

It was a chilly day but the kids had fun running around the bridge and learning a little about the start of the Revolutionary War!

(And don't you just love my eloquent descriptions of all the pictures?  Seriously, I think we all could have figured out the pictures without them!)

2 comments:

Mari said...

I would love to visit there!

Ika Devita Susanti said...

What a beautiful view! I'd love to go there too.