Indigenous People of Concord Walking Tour – ON DEMAND 48 HRS. NOTICE

This 75 minute tour looks at the over 10,000 year history of native people in Concord (Musketaquid).  Starting with the mighty Mill Brook, we will meander down Main Street and up to the Calf Pasture on Lowell Road examining how native people lived by the 3 rivers of Concord (Musketaquid) and what happened when two cultures collided after European fur traders came and then English settlers in 1635.

Tours depart from the Visitor Center and are weather dependent.

Wear warm, rugged walking shoes for this 2 mile tour.

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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