The Letters of Ellen Garrison

Thank you for participating in our virtual forum! Please submit your questions and comments on YouTube or by emailing ashilling@concordmuseum.org. https://youtu.be/rTCUOj3LEo0 Ellen Garrison, the daughter and granddaughter of men who had been enslaved, spent her life educating newly freed people and fighting for their civil rights. Born and raised in Concord, she followed in her... View Article

Outdoor Film Screening: Little Women

The Concord Museum and the Orchard House celebrate Louisa May Alcott and the film adaptation of her famous novel Little Women! Bring the whole family for an outdoor movie under the stars on the Museum lawn. Pre-film activities begin at 7:30 p.m.  Come with your blankets, chairs, snacks, and an intrepid spirit and participate in... View Article

Outdoor Film Screening: Harriet

The Robbins House partners with the Concord Museum in a screening of Harriet on the eve of Juneteenth to celebrate and continue the conversation raised by Harriet Tubman’s life.  This award-winning Own Voices film directed by Kasi Lemmons and starring Cynthia Erivo expands our understanding of this well-known, and almost mythical, figure and puts her... View Article

FULL! Antislavery Walking Tour

Thank you for your interest in our programs.  We hope you can join us for more walking tours this summer! 19th century Concord was teaming with activists and intellectuals who cultivated the beginning of the antislavery movement.  Coinciding with the celebration of Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, this... View Article

All That She Carried: A Conversation with Tiya Miles

Join MacArthur “Genius” Fellow and Harvard University Professor Tiya Miles as she discusses her new book, All That She Carried: The Journey of Ashley’s Sack, a Black Family Keepsake, a story about women, mothers, and daughters, who chose the profundity of love over dehumanizing condition.  At the heart of this moving tale is a rough... View Article

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Virtual Garden Tour

It's not too late to see the Virtual Garden Tour!  Explore Concord’s gorgeous formal gardens and rambling country landscapes without leaving home. If you missed the event from June 25-27, the six-episode series is now available with discounted tickets!  Purchase a ticket in any amount, and receive exclusive access to view the series on the... View Article

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Virtual Garden Tour

It's not too late to see the Virtual Garden Tour!  Explore Concord’s gorgeous formal gardens and rambling country landscapes without leaving home. If you missed the event from June 25-27, the six-episode series is now available with discounted tickets!  Purchase a ticket in any amount, and receive exclusive access to view the series on the... View Article

Recurring

Virtual Garden Tour

It's not too late to see the Virtual Garden Tour!  Explore Concord’s gorgeous formal gardens and rambling country landscapes without leaving home. If you missed the event from June 25-27, the six-episode series is now available with discounted tickets!  Purchase a ticket in any amount, and receive exclusive access to view the series on the... View Article

Members’ Summer Book Club

Read along in the Museum’s summer book club that includes both the new and noteworthy and Concord classics.  Whether you are on the beach, a mountain, or your sofa members can join us virtually for monthly reads, discussions, and themed cocktails all summer long.  Book club meetings will be held remotely over Zoom.  The Zoom... View Article

A 57-Year Ride: Cyrus Dallin’s Quest to Raise the Iconic Paul Revere Statue

Thank you for participating in tonight's forum. Please submit your questions on the Museum's YouTube page or by emailing ashilling@concordmuseum.org. https://youtu.be/RUAvpXqRx-I Join Nancy Blanton, Director of Outreach and Engagement at the Cyrus Dallin Art Museum, as she recounts the remarkable and compelling story behind the 57-year journey that led to Cyrus Dallin sculpting one of... View Article

Full! A Walk through Thoreau’s Concord

Thank you for your interest in our programs.  Our walking tours are very popular and fill quickly.  Please consider signing up for one of our tours later this summer including A Walk with Louisa and Ellen and Women of Sleepy Hollow Walking Tour.  Henry David Thoreau is known for the two years he spent living at Walden... View Article