West Concord History Walking Tour

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 shops, restaurants, and other businesses. Walk with us to meet West Concord’s entrepreneurs, sample their wares, and visit the Concord Sign Museum, where vintage signs tell stories of generations of thriving activity.

This tour meets at 43 Bradford Street, West Concord.

Join us on Discover West Concord Day on May 18.

90 minutes, mostly flat walking

Reserve on-line or call 978-318-3061.

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