The ALL-NEW CONCORD MUSEUM IS OPEN TUESDAY TO SUNDAY (10 am to 4 pm) Walk ins welcome!
THE MUSEUM IS OPEN TODAY, Sunday, January 30, 2022. This is the last chance to see HISTORY IN BLOOM! This is also your last opportunity to experience the evocative exhibition of paintings by Loring W. Coleman, now in the Wallace Kane Gallery at the Concord Museum. To make your visit even more memorable and delightful, you are invited to enjoy History in Bloom in the Churchill and Janet Franklin Lyceum throughout the weekend. Nine talented floral designers will present their interpretation of objects from the Museum’s renowned collection, including several of the Coleman paintings and artifacts from Concord’s remarkable history, such as a diamond-head clock made in town and a lady’s shoe worn in 1775. Take a break from the gray landscape of winter and immerse yourself in colorful and fragrant flowers. View Coleman’s landscape paintings many of which celebrate the mystery and beauty of winter. After viewing the arrangements and the temporary exhibit, come explore the Museum’s sixteen newly installed permanent galleries including the actual artifacts that will serve as an inspiration for the flowering artistry! This special event is free with Museum admission!