It is a good place to learn about the culture and traditions of the time when Concord was a melting pot of ideas.
About Concord Museum
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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
Lots of artifacts from early New England, excellent signage, and fascinating audio clips, this small museum has it all for early New England history buffs.
This is a well maintained museum which will present you with a great timeline of the history of the Concord area from the Native Americans era to the 20th Century. There is a great deal information about and items related to Henry Thoreau, including the...More
The museum is organized well, very clean and displayed well. The guides are very informative and do a great job of answering questions. Rooms of houses preserved from the times, as well as artifacts through US history, including one of the two Paul Revere lanterns.
I really enjoyed walking through this museum. The staff was friendly and helpful. The guide pointed out cool pieces for us to observe and discuss in some of the rooms. They work with small groups and we got to hold a gun from the 18th...More
For anyone interested in the transcendentalists and the history of Concord, this is a must see museum. It has lots and lots of wonderful exhibits and original artifacts. My short visit did not get off to such a great start as the man at the...More
Using our Boston Go-Pass, we decided to visit this little museum, which is in the same town as the house that authors Alcott and Nathaniel Hawthorne lived, as well as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Thoreau. There is history everywhere in this little town, and who...More
I decided to take my 6-year-old son to learn more about some history that he knew a little about, and also I was interested too. I was worried he would be bored and get ansy. However, there was a video at the beginning that explained...More