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Concord Museum

  • 200 Lexington Rd. Map It
  • Concord

Published 07/14/2016

Fodor's Review

The original contents of Emerson's private study, as well as the world's largest collection of Thoreau artifacts, reside in this 1930 Colonial Revival building just east of the town center. The museum provides a good overview of the town's history, from its original American Indian settlement to the present. Highlights include American Indian artifacts, furnishings from Thoreau's Walden Pond cabin (there's a replica of the cabin itself on the museum's lawn), and one of the two lanterns hung at Boston's Old North Church to signal that the British were coming by sea. If you've brought children, ask for a free family activity pack.

Sight Information

Address:

200 Lexington Rd., entrance on Cambridge Tpke., Concord, Massachusetts, 01742, USA

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Phone:

978-369–9763

Sight Details:

  • $10
  • Jan.–Mar., Mon.–Sat. 11–4, Sun. 1–4; Apr., May, and Sept.–Dec., Mon.–Sat. 9–5, Sun. noon–5; June–Aug., daily 9–5

Published 07/14/2016

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