The Concord Museum is a cultural resource for residents of Greater Boston as well as a destination for visitors from around the world. With a dynamic changing exhibition program, a full calendar of public lectures, family events, and hands-on children’s programs, and a busy schedule of school visits, the Museum is a great place to begin any visit to this historic town.
From the lantern to signal Paul Revere’s ride to Henry David Thoreau’s writing desk, the Concord Museum houses some of America’s most precious artifacts and provides priceless lessons in history. Edward W. Kane Executive Director, Tom Putnam explains.
If you are a member of the press or media and would like more information, would like to be added to the Concord Museum’s press list, need images, or wish to interview a member of the Museum staff, contact Public Relations. We invite members of the working media to visit the Concord Museum and historic Concord. Whenever possible, please contact us at least one week ahead of your planned visit. With advance notice, we are happy to work with you to customize your itinerary.
For personal assistance, please call Public Relations at (978) 369-9763, ext. 229.
April 10, 2017
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March 14, 2017
The Concord Museum will remain open throughout the construction of its New Education Center, which will be completed in July... View Article
The Concord Museum will be closed on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, due to inclement weather. Thank you!
March 9, 2017
February 28, 2017
February 28, 2017
Read Suzanne Révy’s March 9, 2017 review of Abelardo Morell’s exhibition, Walden:Four Views, on her photography blog. Information about Mr. Morell’s exhibition... View Article
February 20, 2017
The life and legacy of Henry David Thoreau is on full display at the Concord Museum. WGBH arts editor Jared Bowen takes... View Article
January 25, 2017
The Concord Museum is open for regular hours this week, but please be advised that on Tuesday, February 21st, and... View Article
January 24, 2017
We are proud to announce that the Museum’s Board of Governors, under the leadership of President Churchill Franklin, voted unanimously... View Article
See more about Abe Morell’s camera obscura technique in this video featured on CBS Sunday Morning, January 20, 2017.