Lexington Massachusetts Overview
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Lexington Massachusetts Overview
Lexington Massachusetts, also known as the birthplace of American Liberty, is a beautiful place for guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston to visit. With beautiful hotels, many things to do, and exquisite restaurants, guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston are sure to enjoy their time spent in Lexington. There are numerous wonderful sites to see and events to participate in while visiting Lexington.
News and Events in Lexington
There are always numerous events occurring in Lexington that guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston can participate in. The Revolutionary Revelry is organized by The Tourism Committee and is a weekend of celebrating Memorial Day. The Lexington Field and Garden Club Garden Tour allows guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston to tour eight private gardens for $25. Another event guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston may be interested in is the Lexington High School Spring A Cappella Jamboree. The Annual Lexington Arts and Crafts Society Painters Show is an exciting show that exhibits landscapes, portraits, nature and still life arrangements that guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston will surely enjoy. Guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston may participate in many celebrations and community events, targeted at library events, high school fine and performing arts, wicked local events and much more!
There are many beautiful hotels that guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston may choose from. The Aloft Lexington, Quality In and Suites, Battle Green Inn and Suites, Greentrees Bed and Breakfast, Fireside Bread and Breafast of Lexington are amongst the top five places to stay when visiting Lexington. Other favourite places include Morgan's rest Bed and Breakfast, This Old House Bed and Breakfast, and Desiderate Bed and Breakfast.
There are over 600 restaurants in Lexington to serve guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston. Among the top ten include Mario's Italian Restaurant, Teppanyaki Asian Cuisine, Khushboo, Dabin Restaurant, Ixtapa Mexican Restaurant, Friendly's Restaurant, Changhai, Waxy O'Connor's Irish Pub, Yangtze River and Daikanyama Japanese Cuisine. With such a wide variety of delicious dining options, guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston are sure to find a restaurant that fits their cravings.
Historic Sites and Museums
Lexington features many sites and museums that guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston may enjoy visiting. Favourite sites and museums include Lexington Battle Green, Minuteman Statue, Revolutionary Monument, The Old Burying Ground, Historical Houses, The Old Belfry, Lexington Visitors Center, U.S.S. Lexington Memorial, The Old Depot, National Heritage Museum, Minute Man National Historical Park, and The Lexington Minute Men Company. For additional information about sites and museums in Lexington, guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston should visit http://www.libertyride.us/historic.html
Arts, Culture and Entertainment
The National Heritage Museum is a beautiful museum that showcases exhibits on a wide variety of topics in American popular culture, featuring Sowing the Seeds of Liberty: Lexington and the American Revolution. Galleries in Lexington include the Francesca Anderson Fine Art, Lexington Art s and Crafts Society and Munroe Center for the Arts. For entertainment purposes, visitors in wheelchair van rentals Boston will enjoy Lexington Venue which is a small-town movie theatre, The Lexington Chamber of Commerce Events which include Friday Evening Summer Concert Series, the Annual Autumn Arts and Crafts Festival and Holiday Shoppers Night and Lighting Ceremony. The Lexington Players are a community group that perform two shows a year that visitors in wheelchair van rentals Boston may attend. Other exciting entertainment includes Biscuit Box Theater Company, The Master Singers, Precision Ice-Skating Teams, and the Lexington Symphony. The Cary Memorial Library is a beautiful place for visitors in wheelchair van rentals Boston to visit, as well as the numerous houses of worship to serve Lexington's religious needs. With so many wonderful events and activities to participate in, it is evident that guests in wheelchair van rentals Boston will enjoy their time spent in Lexington.