When you set out to explore historic Concord, begin with the Concord Museum.
Great for small groups, families, learning, and homeschool pods.
General Group Tour Information:
For all groups of 8 or more visitors, we offer a $2 discount per ticket. Advanced notice is required for group tour rates. To book a group tour, please contact (978) 369-9763 ext. 222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tours of the Museum:
Highlights Tour of the Concord Museum
Join one of our talented educators as you experience all the highlights of in the Concord Museum. Filled with famous objects, like the Paul Revere lantern and Henry David Thoreau’s desk, and lesser known gems, like a 12,000-year-old spearpoint, you’ll experience some of our favorite parts of the collection.
45mins-1hr duration, indoors, fully accessible
Walking Tours of historic Concord:
Offered April through November
Center of Revolution Family Walking Tour
Take a short walk from the center of town to the Old North Bridge. Learn about the dramatic events leading up to April 19, 1775 and the first battle of the American Revolution. Discover the stories behind the monuments at the Bridge and the center of town and discover the stories behind them!
1- 1.5 mile walk, mostly flat terrain, rain or shine.
Emerson’s Circle: Concord in the 1800’s
In the 1800s, Concord was the center for American authors and thinkers, including Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott. They gathered together with other Concordians to discuss issues of the day such as slavery, war, the natural world, and many other topics. Led by a Museum educator, explore 1800’s Concord and discover the impact of the anti-slavery movement and the Civil War, the lives and homes of the famous authors who lived here.
1 mile walk, mostly flat sidewalk or pavement, rain or shine.