Lexington is a historic town located northwest of Boston, Massachusetts. It could be said that it is a place of great historical importance since it was here when the first shot of the American Revolutionary War was fired (Lexington Common, aka Battle Green on April 19, 1775). The Revolutionary Monument and the Minuteman Statue stand in the area of the historic battlefield reminding to the younger generations how did all start. Nowadays, Lexington is a very prosperous and peaceful community that ranks #6 among the wealthiest small cities in the US (Movoto Real Estate, 2015). Lexington will surely fascinate history buffs since there are many historic sites and buildings to visit, such as the Old Burying Ground (dating back to end of the 17th Century), Munroe Tavern (circa 1695), Buckman Tavern (circa 1704-1710), the Centre Depot (nowadays houses the headquarters of Lexington’s Historic Society), etc. Other top Lexington attractions include the 900-acre Minute Man National Historical Park, Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, Arlington’s Great Meadows, Willards Woods Conservation Area, etc. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 250 and nearby Lexington. Thus you won’t have any problems picking the low-cost hotel that suits best your needs and budget.