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Period Rooms

January 1, 2000 - December 31, 2070
Period Bedroom

Rich with furnishings from Concord homes, the Museum's five period rooms offer a glimpse into the domestic lives of men and women of Concord. At the Concord Museum, visitors enjoy a privileged, inside look at an icon of American letters that is perhaps without parallel—the Study of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Housed at the Museum since... View Article

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Decorative Arts

January 1, 2000 - December 31, 2070
Keeping Time

Drawing from an encyclopedic collection of over 30,000 objects—from tall clocks to costumes, from looking glasses to samplers—the Museum's decorative arts galleries focus on subjects as diverse as 18th century furniture, weathervanes, Concord-made silver, 19th century childhood pastimes, and the Concord clockmakers.

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Why Concord?

January 1, 2007 - December 31, 2076

Why Concord?, a six-gallery exhibition, explores the making of Concord as a particular community and as a New England and American symbol. The town of Concord, Massachusetts has played a significant part in the history of New England and the nation. Founded by English settlers in 1635, it was the first inland town in Massachusetts,... View Article

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9:00 am

Patriots’ Day Weekend

April 15 @ 9:00 am - 8:00 pm

Rendezvous for Revolution at the Concord Museum!  Make the Concord Museum part of your Patriots’ Day tradition!   Join us for a Minute Man encampment with Billerica Colonial Minute Men (Saturday, April 13), gallery talks, collection spotlights, dances, music, activities, and art-making. The Rasmussen Education Center is open Saturday, April 13 through Monday, April 15... View Article

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7:00 pm

The Revolution’s Odd Couple: Sam Adams and John Hancock

April 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us the night of Patriots’ Day to hear from renowned storyteller and Northeastern University historian, Bill Fowler discuss two important figures who shaped the fabric of the American Revolution and the country that it formed. Dr. William Morgan Fowler, Jr. is a professor emeritus of history at Northeastern University,  Boston and a prolific author. He served as Director of the Massachusetts Historical Society from... View Article

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