MBTA's Fitchburg Line provides service to Lincoln from Boston's North Station.
Traveling by car is easiest, but there are extensive walking trails [formerly dead link] 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.
- [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|