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
Walking Tours Schedule
Historic Walking Tour of Concord – Daily at 1 p.m.
This tour is the perfect introduction to Concord and its rich Revolutionary and Literary History. The 75 minute tour is approximately 1 mile and is mostly flat with limited walking….
Concord’s Autumn Twilight : Monuments, Memories and Mortality
This 90-minute twilight walking tour of old Concord town takes us down the venerable streets and byways hearing the voices of those who have come before while appreciating the silent stones, memorials, and buildings they have left behind.
African-American History of Concord Walking Tour
Learn about Concord’s African-American history on this 90 minute walking tour (about 2 miles). Guests will visit sites around town highlighting Concord’s history around slavery, the first generation of freed African-Americans and Abolitionism in Concord.
Indigenous People of Concord Walking Tour
This 75 minute tour looks at the over 10,000 year history of native people in Concord (Musketaquid). Starting with the mighty Mill Brook, we will meander down Main Street and…
Family & Children’s Walking Tour of Concord
Concord 101 Walking Tour This engaging 45 minute walking tour is designed to make the history of Downtown Concord come alive for elementary-aged children. Learn about everything from the indigenous…
Little Women Walking Tour
Learn about Alcott’s role as an author, suffragette, abolitionist, and one of Concord’s transcendentalists. Find out how Alcott’s life influenced her book Little Women.
Emerson – Thoreau Amble
Join one of our concord Tour Guides as we ‘amble’ along the same trail Emerson and Thoreau walked daily from Emerson’s House to Walden Pond. Learn about everything from Transcendentalism…
Women of Concord Walking Tour
In a town famous for the independent spirit of its people, Concord’s women have always been leaders, fighting for justice and creating a uniquely American vision in literature and art….
West Concord History Walking Tour
Oct. 15, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
For almost 400 years, West Concord has supplied farm produce, grains, fabric, and other manufactured goods to the town and the world. This enterprising spirit still flourishes in our locally-owned…