African-American History of Concord Bike Tour – ON DEMAND 48 HRS. NOTICE

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

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.

Private tours are offered year-round on request for groups of 4 or more. Call 978-318-3061 or email visitors@concordma.gov for pricing and availability.

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