Patriots Day Parade Boston, Lexington & Concord! Events Leading to America's Revolution!

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Patriot’s Day 
Celebrate Events Leading to the American Revolution





Honoring the first battle in Lexington and Concord! 


Paul Revere's Ride (Re-enactment)

Patriot’s Day is celebrated in Massachusetts to remember the events that took place in Boston leading to the American Revolution. Traditionally a morning flag-raising ceremony in Government Center is followed by speeches and a Patriots Day Parade. The parade stops at the Granary Burying Ground for a short service and wreath laying at the grave of Robert Keayne and Paul Revere. At the end of the parade The Massachusetts Lancers stage the rides of Paul Revere and William Dawes. From their start in the North End near the Old North Church, each ride through Boston making stops along the way to greet people until they reach the Minute Men Statue at Lexington Green. Revere’s reenactor stops at Foss Park in Somerville, Hall House in Medford Square and Arlington Town Hall before arriving at Lexington Green

Patriots Day Ceremony: Boston, MA

Patriots Day Event Information 
Admission: Free 
Start Time: 9:00am 
End Time: 12:00pm 
Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor 
Start Location: City Hall Plaza Government Center Congress St. Boston 02201 
End Location: Paul Revere Mall North End, Boston 02201 
Parking: Street Parking or Under Boston Common (Garage) 
Public Transportation: MBTA Govt Ctr / Haymarket 
Directions Hwy Exit: RT 93 to Govt Ctr