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 how they lived in a land of abundance seeking to keep and foster balance with the natural world, their mother, who sustained them always. What happened when cultures collided after European fur traders came and then English settlers in the 17th century will be discussed as we examine how those events shape the world of the indigenous people of Massachusetts today.

This tour departs the Concord Visitor Center at 58 Main Street and is approximately 90  minutes over uneven terrain.

Tours run on scheduled dates each month and by private tour request.  Reservations are required and no walk up sales are possible due to staffing.  Thank you for understanding.



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