“The Regulars are coming!”

That was the phrase heard on the morning of April 19, 1775 along the highways leading to Lexington and Concord from Boston, Massachusetts. While we can't go back and see things as they were, we can try and capture the locations of these historical events through photography and modern technology in the form of virtual tours. We at the Virtual American Revolution project hope you enjoy and learn a bit about America's past by referencing our images of the American present.

We begin with the events that happened in Massachusetts, grouped into two parts: "Unrest and Anger" and "Colonial Rebellion". Eventually, we hope to add many more events that contribute to the entire history of the American Revolution.

Virtual Tour Locations by time

The Boston Massacre, Boston (3/5/1770)
Fanieul Hall, Boston
Old South Meeting House, Boston
The Boston Tea Party (12/16/1773)
The Rides of Paul Revere and William Dawes (4/18/1775)
The Battles of Lexington and Concord (4/19/1775)
Buckman Tavern, Lexington
Battle Green, Lexington
Battle Green Monument, Lexington

Captain Parker Statue, Lexington
Hartwell Tavern, Lincoln
North Bridge, Concord
Minuteman Statue, Concord
Eames Rangers, Concord
Longfellow House, Concord
Battle of Bunker Hill (Breed's Hill) (6/17/1775)
Henry Knox's Canons
G. Washington occupies Dorchester Heights /British evacuate Boston (3/17/1776)



April 3, 2011

At the Lexington Green

My name is Carlton SooHoo and I am the principle member of the Virtual American Revolution Project. I've been hitting various location of the American Revolution, at first in Massachusetts and eventually across the entire eastern USA, in order to try and capture an idea of the importance of these historical events.

For Battle Green visitor information, visit the Lexington Chamber of Commerce:

Many of the nearby battle sites associated with Lexington and Concord are part of Minute Man National Historical Park:

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