The shot heard ’round the world was fired here. Paul Revere was captured in 1775 here. Henry David Thoreau lived and wrote here. With so much American History in one place, it’s no wonder that Lincoln, Massachusetts is a popular destination for many seeking rental apartments.
Located in Lincoln and the neighboring towns Concord and Lexington, the 970-acre Minute Man National Historical Park attracts visitors year-round. With hiking trails, shows, and landmarks, there is always something new to explore in this massive park.
The Thoreau Institute is located near Walden Pond, home to Henry David Thoreau from 1845-1847. Walden Pond, a 102-foot deep glacial kettle-hole pond, is a popular location year-round. This National Historic Landmark is considered the birthplace of the conservation movement.
With all of that and more, renting an apartment in Lincoln gives you access to history, culture, and a wealth of things to do.