Sat, Jun 20 | Minute man National Historical Park

Captain William Smith House

The home of William Smith, Captain of the Lincoln Minute Men in 1775, is one of the surviving “witness” houses in Minute Man National Historical Park. The house is only open three times each year, when the Lincoln Minute Men are there to talk with visitors.
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Captain William Smith House

Time & Location

Jun 20, 2020, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Minute man National Historical Park, 99 N Great Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773, USA

About the Event

Lincoln Minute Men at the Captain William Smith House:  The home of William Smith, Captain of the Lincoln Minute Men in 1775 is one of the surviving “witness” houses in the Park, and from its windows, the Smith family watched the events that day.  The house is only open three times each year, when the Lincoln Minute Men are there to talk with visitors about the Smith family, the house, and the events of April 19, 1775.  Our activities in the house include 18th century sewing, children’s games, musket drill, music, card games, clothing demonstrations, musket displays, and demonstrations of 18th century crafts or trades. Parking is free at the Hartwell Tavern Lot or Visitor's Center Lot.  This event is FREE. 

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