Concord Museum

Concord Museum is the gateway to explore historic Concord. Come see the newly redesigned Museum including Concord: At the Center of Revolution and People of Musketaquid with Native stone tools dating back to 10,000 years. Treasures include the 1775 lantern that Paul Revere had placed in the steeple of Boston’s Old North Church and the desk where Henry David Thoreau wrote Walden. A rich schedule of events includes special exhibitions, lectures, gallery tours, family activities, and school programs. Open daily. Free Parking. Admission.Group Rates available.

Special Exhibit through November 7, 2021:  Every Path Laid Open: Women of Concord and the Quest for Equality includes rare artifacts from the collection that tell the story of Concord women of the past – some famous and some almost invisible. Each portrait, needlework, or piece of historic clothing, carefully preserved by succeeding generations and now by the Concord Museum, makes it possible to create meaning from the lives of ordinary citizens as well as prominent residents.  There is also a special media component in the exhibition celebrating today’s women of Concord – from educators to entrepreneurs, firefighters to farmers, and artists to activists. The title of the exhibition comes from a compelling quote by 19th century feminist Margaret Fuller describing the ultimate goal of her fellow advocates for women’s suffrage: “We would have every path laid open to woman as freely as to man.”


53 Cambridge Turnpike
Concord, MA 01742

Hours of Operation

Tuesday-Sunday:  10:00AM-4:00PM

Reservations on-line and Walk-ins welcome


Phone: 978-369-9763

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53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA, USA