Family and Children’s Tour of Historic Concord

Looking for something to do during April Vacation Week?  Each day at 10 a.m. from April 19-24, The Concord Visitor Center is excited to offer children and families a child-friendly and engaging opportunity to learn about history while attending to all COVID 19 protocols.

Concord 101 Walking Tour  

This engaging 45 minute spring 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, MA.

You can purchase tickets ahead of time HERE or come into the Visitor Center before 10 a.m.

Private tours are available year-round by calling 978-318-3061 or email visitors@concordma.gov to request a date and time.

Pricing:  Adults, Seniors and college Students:  $15.00     Youths (6-17):  $12.00  Family of 4: $45.00

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