We really enjoyed our visit here. They had a short film about the area and then many artifacts. They had the lantern that Paul Revere used plus much more. Well worth stopping to see.
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I just happened upon this place when looking for things to do in Concord besides the Minuteman Park. This is not huge but has lots of historical exhibits. For local history buffs and anyone interested in the Revolution this is a good place. It will...More
The museum is small but has wonderful artifacts and information on the Concord area. Obviously the area was the setting for much of the Revolution and so many people, things, and ideas came out of the Concord area. Emerson, Alcott, Thoreau to name a few...More
The museum has a time line exhibit that is outstanding. Starting with Indians and early settlers, revolutionary war, mid America and now the four stages are carefully documented. It is quite impressive how many outstanding individuals Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry Thoreau ,Ralph Waldo Emerson, Louisa May...More
The museum does an excellent job of drawing one into the rich history of the town and area, especially during the Revolutionary War era. We were pleased with the balanced views and respect for minorities displayed. Docents were especially helpful.
If you like history, knowing how the events happened in the process of independence of the United States in the revolution against English domination, this visit will be not only enlightening and emotional because you will be in the place where the first official battle...More
It was a little gem of historical insight to visit this museum and learnt all about the life in the area. Fascinating historical pieces collected around the house. This museum is a must for those visiting Concord and also those interested in history.
A lovely museum. The people who greet you when you enter are extremely helpful--not just with the museum but with the surrounding historic sites as well. some rooms hold artifacts with ample signs and digital recordings that play to explain their history. Some rooms are...More
Our stop at this museum was not a planned activity, but turned into a great rainy day pastime. We enjoyed learning more about Colonial life prior to, during, and after the Revolutionary War, as well as how the Concord community has made concerted efforts to...More