Collection Highlights

The Concord Museum’s outstanding collection has been recognized for its national significance by curators, historians, educators, and visitors for more than a century. Click through to view some of the highlights of the collection.


Samuel Bartlett established himself as a silversmith with some difficulty in the unstable Boston climate of the early 1770s. He apprenticed in Samuel Minott's shop and then married and moved to Concord. He bought the old jail from the town in 1788 and lived and worked there until moving to Cambridge. His largest and perhaps…

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