Visit Concord, MA

There’s an abundance of exciting and interesting things to do in Concord, MA, for the entire family. We proudly welcome visitors to our wonderful town, filled with recreation, museums, historic sites, and great cultural activities, such as music, theatre, and art museums.

Our various historical tours and walking trails provide visitors with a first-hand look at Concord’s beautiful nature, rich with exciting history. They are also a fantastic and unique way to get your steps in for the day!

So, for visitors far and wide, Our town of Concord, MA, invites you to visit, eat, play, and stay, ensuring an excellent time for all to enjoy.


Walking Tours

The Concord Visitor Center is proud to offer a wide variety of walking tours; from a daily 1pm tour, to African American and Indigenous history tours and many in between.  Find the one that best fits your interests and dates of travel.  Private tours are always available by calling 978-318-3061

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Visitor Information

The Town of Concord, MA is rich in American revolutionary and literary history. Take part in a 75-minute walking tour led by certified guides. Starting at the Concord Visitors Center located at 58 Main Street. Guests will visit sites such as The Milldam, Monument Square, The Old Hill Burial Ground and more! 


For local stories, check out Discover Concord Magazine

For Local events listings check out Living Concord

Juneteenth Celebrate Freedom Day, save the date. June 19, noon-4 p.m. at the Robbins House.

Hello May! We have lots of events planned.

April showers bring May flowers, and May brings... lots of walking tours, including Women of Concord walking tours. Sign up here with your friends... bring your mum for mother`s day!

Tomorrow, April 14, is officially Ellen Garrison Day/ Be sure to attend the evening of celebration, April 14 @ 6 pm - 8 pm, which will include living history, music, dedication, celebration and cake.

Did you know?
If you were standing here 16,000 years ago, you’d be under a quarter-mile of ice.
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Follow a meandering natural path similar to the one Emerson and Thoreau strolled as they walked from the town center to Walden Pond and Henry’s cabin site. Reflect on the power of the natural world and how it influenced both Henry David Thoreau and the world in which he lived.
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Spring is here, and a sure sign of spring is that the Concord Visitor Center is open 7 days a week, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. We will be offering our daily history tour at 1 p.m. Find out more about Concord, whether you`re a local or a visitor!

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Winter by Louisa May Alcott

The stormy winter`s come at last,
With snow and rain and bitter blast;
Ponds and brooks are frozen o`er,
We cannot sail there any more.

The little birds are flown away
To warmer climes than ours;
They`ll come no more till gentle May
Calls them back with flowers.

Oh, then the darling birds will sing
From their neat nests in the trees.
All creatures wake to welcome Spring,
And flowers dance in the breeze.

With patience wait till winter is o`er,
And all lovely things return;
Of every season try the more
Some knowledge or virtue to learn.