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MBTA's Fitchburg Line provides service to Lincoln from Boston's North Station.
Traveling by car is easiest, but there are extensive walking trails that go through conservation land, and also connect with the Lincoln MBTA commuter rail station.
- 1 DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, 51 Sandy Pond Road (Route 126 to Baker Farm Road.), ☏ . Hours: Museum open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. Closed Mondays. The Sculpture Park is open year round during daylight hours. On 35 acres of parkland this is a beautiful setting for 75 outdoor sculptures ("at any given time"). The DeCordova collection includes more than three thousand works of contemporary art. Summer jazz series. $9 Adult, $6 seniors, children, active duty military. Lincoln residents and members free.
- Drumlin Farm Educational Center, 208 South Great Road, ☏ . Mar-Oct 9AM-4PM, Nov-Feb 9AM-4PM. Drumlin Farm is a Mass Audubon Society wildlife sanctuary and education center. Features a working farm with pigs, horses, cows, and more. Hay rides.
- Gropius House, 68 Baker Bridge Road, ☏ . June-mid Oct, W-Su; Nov-May Sa,Su. Tours at 11AM, Noon, 1PM, 2PM, 3PM and 4PM. First house in America to be designed by architect William Gropius, father of the Bauhaus school of modern architecture. $10.
- Ponyhenge, 39 Old Sudbury Rd. Since 2010, an unknown number of anonymous individuals have left (or abandoned) hobbyhorses, rocking horses, and other assorted equine toys in a random field near Lincoln. Occasionally someone will come by and rearrange them (again, anonymously) but the collection just keeps growing.
- [dead link] Thoreau’s Walden Bed & Breakfast, 2 Concord Rd., ☏ . $75/night.
|Routes through Lincoln|
|Fitchburg ← Concord ←||W E||→ Lexington → Boston|
|Fitchburg ← Concord ←||NW SE||→ Weston → Boston|