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Members Day at deCordova

On Saturday, Oct. 21, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum will celebrate Member’s Day, which will include an Artist Talk, ARTfull Explorations for…

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Spotlight Tour on Lincoln at deCordova

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum’s Lincoln to Depart in October  A longtime and much-loved installation at deCordova Sculpture Park and Art Museum will be departing in October.…

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Music & Folklore concert at Concert Conservatory of Music

Imagine listening to a musical performance that transports you to a different time and place, where you can experience the stories and emotions of people…

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Celebrating 250 years of revolutionary greatness

Welcome to Concord, Massachusetts where America’s roots run deep. Explore the birthplace of American independence and imagination, the town that Thoreau called “most estimable place in all the world.” Concord’s fascinating past makes it a popular tourist destination, with TripAdvisor ranking it one of the Best Places to Visit. Discover the local charm and well preserved historic places that bring visitors from around the world. Here you can retrace the steps of Revolutionary War soldiers and literary greats and learn about how “the shot heard round the world” led to America’s independence. To experience Concord is to experience the American story.

Location and Size: 25.9 square miles, nestled just outside Boston.

Famous for: 

Trendiness – arts, antiques, historic and cultural district, entertainment, lectures, music, restaurants and bars.

Heritage – historic homes, national parks, museums, tours and adventure.

Outdoor life – family farms, hiking, biking, walking paths, and breathtaking natural beauty.

Why stay the night? Romantic fireside winters, spring gardens, fall leaf peeping and fall and spring harvests.

Women Of Concord Tour

Group Bus Tours

The Town of Concord offers tours to fit every group’s needs. Whether you live local or are visiting us from another region, we welcome you to experience Concord with a tour led by one of our certified guides. Small group, private and bus tours are available year round.  Tours can focus on Revolutionary History, Literary History, Little Women, cemeteries and more.

Walking Tours

Walking tours depart the Concord Visitor Center at 1:00P, daily. The 75 minute experience will introduce guests to the Downtown Concord area and will touch on Concord’s rich Revolutionary and Literary history while visiting sites such as The Milldam, Monument Square, The Old Hill Burial Ground and more.

Concord! One word says it all.
Do you love Henry as much as we love Henry? Be one of the first to sign up for The Henry David Thoreau Walking Tour on Sept. 23, 30 or Oct 10 or 22, all 10 a.m.

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What are you doing Friday or Saturday late afternoon? Enjoy the golden hour during Concord's Autumn Twilight tour, 4 p.m. Hear interesting stories of the town’s history and people who have come before as well as the monuments, memories
and buildings they have left behind.
Register here:

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Lots of tours this weekend!
Rent a bike behind the Concord Visitor's center or near the West Concord train station depot, which gives you access to the Bruce Freeman bike trail. 

Happy Birthday to Henry David Thoreau's Walden! You can learn about Thoreau during our Emerson-Thoreau amble, Saturday Aug. 19, 10 a.m. Book here:
Mary Merrick Brooks was truly influential in Concord abolitionist history. To learn more about her, take the Women of Concord Tour. Register here: https://visitconcord.org/visit/walking-tours/women-of-concord-walking-tour/
Next tour Sunday, Aug. 6, 2 p.m.