Slavery was part of Concord’s daily life and pervasive throughout Massachusetts even after its formal abolition in 1783. Join us in the newly installed gallery To Set This World Right... View Article
The ALL-NEW CONCORD MUSEUM IS OPEN TUESDAY TO SUNDAY (10:00 am to 4:00 pm) WALK-INS WELCOME!
https://youtu.be/fN3e1THzd0w Join the current president of the American Historical Association and Concord resident, Jaqueline Jones, in a wide-ranging conversation about three of her many prize-winning books including: A Dreadful Deceit:... View Article
Tour the heart of the Concord Museum’s collection of objects used and made by Henry David Thoreau in the newly designed gallery, which displays more Thoreau objects than have previously... View Article
Follow the Mill Brook with a Museum guide into Concord’s town center where, in the early 1800s, the Milldam was a bustling business district occupied by craftspeople, tradesmen, and other... View Article
Learn about Concord’s early industry and see the clocks, silver, furniture, ceramics, and guns that the craftspeople of Concord made and sold on the Milldam in early 1800s Concord. Free... View Article