Family & Children’s Walking Tour of Concord

Concord 101 Walking Tour  

This engaging 45 minute walking tour is designed to make the history of Downtown Concord come alive for elementary-aged children.  Learn about everything from the indigenous people who populated Concord to a notorious bank robbery on the Milldam.  We will explore sites such as the Old Hill Burying Ground and the original schoolhouse where Henry David Thoreau taught.

<1 mile walk, flat terrain with one steep hill, rain or shine.  Tours leave the Concord Visitor Center located at 58 Main Street Concord.

Private tours are offered year-round on request for groups of 4 or more.

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