The Old North Bridge

The North Bridge is a recent restoration of the last bridge built on the site in 1956. The bridge that was there during the battle of 1775 was taken down in 1788. There have been 5 restorations since then.

Have you visited the Grave of the British Soldiers? There are two soldiers buried in this grave. British military records show that there were three soldiers missing and presumed dead after the North Bridge fight: James Hall, Thomas Smith, and Patrick Gray. One is buried in Concord Center and the other two are buried here.

There is a great ranger program here and you can schedule guided tours. Three popular programs are “The Road to Revolution”,  “Some Were for Making a Stand”, and “The Minute Men: Neighbors in Arms”. Be sure to stop in the North Bridge Visitor Center.

Contact Information

174 Liberty St. Concord, MA 01742

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Phone: 978-369-6993