Concord’s Twilight : Monuments, Memories and Mortality

We appreciate the silent stones, memorials, and buildings of the village. The tour will also trek up to the Hill Burying Ground home of both Puritan and  Revolutionary dead, and then amble its way through scenic, wooded Sleepy Hollow, a classic example of the Garden Cemetary Movement of the 19th century which romanticized death.  There we will wind our way through trees, hollows, and paths as we uncover stories of Concord’s townfolk who have passed on.

Offered as a private tour and during fall weekends.

 

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