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This was my line and my wife’s first visit. A must if your in concord. There are many historical artifacts located here including one of the lamps that was hung in the Old North Church on April 18, 1775.
The bridge in Concord is a must see. It was a critical location in the Revolutionary War and the visitor’s center, while not large, is the gateway to walking around this beautiful area. So many historical homes are nearby, and you can visualize the battle...More
Have not been to many Revolutionary museums but this one is excellent. It takes you through the history of Concord from the Indians, Settlers, War and their famous residents Emerson, Thoreau and Alcotts. They have an abundance of original artifacts and their special display of...More
A good little stop to tie into the whole Revolutionary War Trail - a little spendy at $10/pp for a family of 4. Interesting to see one of the lamps hung in the Old North Church to warn the men, period clothing and other relics.
Had an excellent collection of American Revolution period artifacts. Covers the Transendentalists that were important in shaping American thought. They had period clothing, weapons and currency. You really get a picture of the time period. Perfect compliment to other historic sites in the area. Learned...More
We only had time for a quick visit, but it was well worth it anyway. Lots of very interesting artifacts. The museum is set up as a time line of history for the area, starting with the Native Americans.
We spent less than an hour,...More
I AM a huge Emerson and Thoreau fan, so it was a must for me. But the rest of the stuff is pretty redundant for other locations. Currently the Emerson study is being archived, so modern tables, lights, and cameras got in the way of...More
We loved seeing all the detail of items they've preserved and excited for their expansion. The staff was so helpful as well in helping us get in for the last tour of The Orchard House.
They were also helpful in answering questions or pointing us...More