The ALL-NEW CONCORD MUSEUM IS OPEN TUESDAY TO SUNDAY (10 am to 4 pm) Open on Indigenous People's Day. Walk ins welcome!
A young William Brewster and his childhood friend Daniel Chester French explored the rivers and forests of Concord and observed birds – an ornithological interest which later manifested in both of their careers. Follow the trails along the Concord River carved by noted ornithologist and naturalist William Brewster and his assistant, constant companion, and the first African American landscape photographer Robert Gilbert with a Museum guide. 1-mile walk, mostly flat terrain, rain or shine. Meet at the October Farm parking lot at the end of Ball’s Hill Road.
This is a free tour for a small group; Advanced registration is required.
In partnership with Concord Land Conservation Trust.
Part of Freedom’s Way Hidden Treasures 2021.