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... View Article


Decorative Arts Sampler

Join us for an introductory, five-week study of decorative arts made or used in New England from the colonial era until the early twentieth century. Designed to appeal to individuals... View Article

Thomas Dugan Gallery Talk

Participate in a gallery talk about the Yeoman of Concord, Thomas Dugan who was enslaved in Virginia before coming to Concord where he lived as a free man for the... View Article

To Set This World Right Gallery Talk

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

A Conversation with Jaqueline Jones 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

Incorporating Concord: Family Activity

Drop by the Museum to celebrate the history of Concord’s incorporation as a town! Families can participate in activities that explore life and craft in the era of 1600s Concord.... View Article

Henry David Thoreau Gallery Talk

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