We went to the Lexington Green on a Saturday morning. There was a costumed docent who led us around the Green as he told us about the fateful day in April long ago. At one point, he had a line up and said that this was the very spot that the Minute Men stood when they faced the British soldiers. It was an amazing moment. My fifteen-year-old son said that it was the most moving 10-minute tour he had ever been on, and we all agreed. Not to be missed.
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