Lincoln has a rich heritage of cultural and architectural significance. Incorporated in 1754, Lincoln boasts architecture from early Colonial to twentieth-century Modern. There is much to see in this peaceful town including nature centers and walking trails, farms and farmer's markets, museums, galleries, libraries, and music. Located less than a half hour west of Boston, Lincoln is accessible by car or commuter rail.
Expand your visit to Lincoln and visit the DeCordova Museum to experience New England’s leading contemporary art museum and sculpture park, the Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary to gain a greater understanding of a working farm and wildlife sanctuary, the Minuteman National Historic Park to witness the American revolutionary spirit or the renowned Walden Pond State Reservation for a visit to the original cabin site of Henry David Thoreau.
Contact the Concord Chamber of Commerce for listings of restaurants and lodging in Lincoln, Concord, and the surrounding area, and many more local activities.