Walking Tours Schedule

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

A Fight for Freedom: Patriots of Color Walking Tour

Between twenty and forty colonists who fought along the Battle Road on April 19, 1775, were of African descent or Indigenous people. Although excluded from required militia service prior to…

Henry David Thoreau Walking Tour

Did you know that Henry David Thoreau was baptized David Henry Thoreau? Did you know that he willingly spent a night in jail in July of 1846 but had to…

Explore and Learn Pass: Walking Tour and Concord Museum: Coming soon

Save up to 25% with the Explore and Learn Pass: includes admission to Concord Museum and a historic walking tour of Concord. The Historic Walking Tour traces the history of…

Concord History with a Chocolate Twist Walking Tour

The twist on Concord’s classic tour from the Concord Visitor Center is a 90-minute chocolate filled experience that will introduce guests to the downtown Concord area. The tour will touch…

Daily Historic Walking Tour of Concord – 1 p.m.

Daily Historic Walking Tour For over 10,000 years humans have lived in this area we know as modern Concord. This tour traces the history of the settlement from its earliest beginning to…

Beyond 1775: Concord and the Massachusetts National Guard

 A chance to be taken into the special collection of the Concord Armory to see rare artifacts and how materials are preserved. Be one of the first to explore Concord’s…

African Americans of Concord Walking Tour

Learn about Concord’s African-American residents on this 90-minute walking tour. The tour will visit sites highlighting Concord’s history around enslavement, the first generation of self-emancipated African-Americans, and the growth of Abolitionism.

Indigenous People of Concord Walking Tour

For over 10,000 years the indigenous people of the land knew this area as Musketaquid. The land between the grassy rivers.  This tour explores the history of the first people and…

Women of Concord Walking Tour

Concord’s women have always been leaders, fighting for justice and creating a uniquely American vision in literature and art. This tour discusses the stories of these remarkable women, and see…

West Concord History Walking Tour

October 21st 10 and 1pm

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…