It takes 45 minutes to an hour to tour the Highlights of the Concord Museum collection housed in the Rasmussen Education Center.
Visitors may purchase tickets any time during Museum hours without making reservations. If you have a group of 10 or more, you should make a reservation with our Group Tours department by calling the Museum at (978) 369-9763, ext 214.
While the Museum is a great place to start a visit to Concord, there are history lessons on every corner in this remarkable town. Explore Concord.
All of the facilities are wheelchair accessible. A wheelchair is available for use free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. There are also designated handicap parking spaces.
The Museum does not have a restaurant or café. However, you will find many places to eat in nearby Concord Center or in West Concord.
Yes. Your admission sticker is valid until the Museum’s Education Center closes and will allow you to return to the Museum’s Education Center any time on that same day.
The Concord Museum welcomes young children of all ages. Our galleries include a number of hands-on activities for children. We also provide a treasure hunt and a family guide free with admission. Through our treasure hunts, children will experience the thrill of discovery as they move through the galleries. Strollers are allowed in all of our galleries. More fun for families.
Parking is available in the lot next to the Museum and on the road in front of the Museum. All parking is FREE.
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