Whether it is learning about the roots of American democracy, the power of independent thinking, preservation of the environment, or the intricacies of craftsmanship, the Concord Museum brings history into the lives of learners of all ages. Visit up close with the 1775 Paul Revere lantern, intricately carved colonial powder horns, and Henry David Thoreau’s wooden flute. Join us for a special event or one of the many changing exhibitions!
Teachers, Students, and School Visits
At the Concord Museum, visits connect real artifacts with people, places, and ideas. K-12 students explore Native American life, the Colonies, the Revolution, the Civil War, and the authors Thoreau and Emerson—all in interdisciplinary and hands-on ways.
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Groups of all ages are welcome at the Concord Museum. Come see the lantern from Paul Revere’s famous ride, Henry David Thoreau’s desk from Walden Pond, and much more.
After-schools, preschools, and other youth organizations are welcome at the Concord Museum. From tours to hands-on programming, contact us so we can design the best visit for your group!
Contact the Education Department:
(978) 369-9763, ext. 222 or firstname.lastname@example.org