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 1915 armory and learn about the near 400-year history of the Massachusetts Army National Guard, the oldest component of the United States Armed Forces. Hear stories of remarkable service and view the objects that witnessed war. The tour will also offer participants a special glimpse into the Massachusetts National Guard Museum while it prepares to open to the public. Concord may be famous for April 19, 1775, but its service to the Commonwealth and Nation continue to this very day.  

Tour meets at 91 Everett Street Concord 

 This tour is provided in partnership with the Massachusetts National Guard Museum. 

Endorsed by Concord 250 Committee


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