Minute Man National Historical Park Photography Gallery

Autumn Foliage Above Wetlands
Autumn Colors and Cattails
Fall Color Display
Autumn Leaves and Wetlands
Cattails Below Fall Trees
Red Fall Trees Above Wetlands
Fall Leaves Above Orchard House
Tree Above Orchard House
Walkway to Orchard House
Concord Grammar School
Schoolhouse of the Orchard House
Autumn Leaves on Trees
Wayside House Under Blue Sky
Wayside House and Fall Colors
Historic House and Fall Leaves
Drying Ferns in Forest
Autumn Maple Leaves
Maple Tree Along Walkway
Autumn Maple Tree Abstract
Fall Maple Tree Abstract
Barn Door Abstract
Trees Above Battle Road Trail
Josiah Nelson House Site Ruins
Autumn Colors in Pond
Fall Leaves Over Walkway
Fall Leaves Reflected in Pond

Minute Man National Historical Park Information

Minute Man National Historical Park is located in eastern Massachusetts, between the towns of Concord and Lexington. The park preserves various houses and structures, as well as significant points of interest from the opening battle of the Revolutionary War. These include places such as Paul Revere's Capture Site, a British troop burial ground, and the North Bridge, where colonial soldiers were first ordered to fire on the British. Many famous houses were also preserved, including The Wayside and the Orchard House, where Louisa May Alcott wrote her famous novel, Little Women. In total, the park protects just under 1,000 acres of history and the natural landscape surrounding it.

26 total photos in this gallery

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