Concord Museum

The Concord Museum brings Concord’s remarkable story to life through a distinguished collection of American treasures including the famous ‘one, if by land’ Revere lantern, Revolutionary War artifacts, the desk on which Thoreau wrote ‘Walden’, and Emerson’s Study. The engaging exhibitions present intriguing ideas relevant today: concepts of liberty, self-reliance, independent thinking, and environmental preservation. A visit to the Concord Museum provides an inspiring gateway to this famous community. Changing exhibitions; museum shop; open year-round; admission charged; wheelchair accessible; functions and group tours welcome.

53 Cambridge Turnpike Post Office Box 146 Concord, MA 01742

Barbara Evangelista