African-American History of Concord Bike Tour

This 90 minute (about 5 miles) bike tour highlights African-American history by exploring slavery, the first generation of freed African-Americans and Abolitionism in Concord.  Guests will bike to the Robbins House, John Jack’s Grave and various houses that were part of the Underground Railroad.

This tour was originally developed for the Concord Museum. Information on their current exhibits and hours, please visit www.concordmuseum.org

Tours depart from the Visitor Center and are weather dependent.    Bring your own bike, lock and helmet.

Spring tours are available by calling 978-318-3061or email visitors@concordma.gov to request your date and time.

Adults (13+)  $20

Youth (12 and under) $15

Senior Citizens (65+) $15

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