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The Concord Visitor Center is right in the town center with brochures, maps, public toilets, parking, water fountain and bike rack.

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Concord Visitor Center

The Concord Visitor Center, off 64 Main Street behind the Middlesex Savings Bank and Bank of America buildings (map) is normally open weekends, mid-April through May, and daily from May through October, from 9 am to 4 pm, but in the Time of COVID-19, these hours may be changed or curtailed.

They have brochures, maps, knowledgeable volunteer staff, and clean public toilets. They also organize guided tours of the town.

Behind the Visitor Center is a water fountain and the Concord Town Lot for free parking.

For photos of Concord, see the NETP Concord Photo Gallery.

You can also ask questions at the front desk of the Colonial Inn on Monument Square.

Minuteman National Historical Park

The Minuteman National Historical Park's North Bridge Visitor Center (tel 978-369-6993) is in the large brick Buttrick Mansion on the hill overlooking Old North Bridge (map).

The Park's Battle Road Visitor Center (tel 781-862-7753) is just off Marrett Road (MA Route 2A) a mile or two west of I-95 in Lexington. You can get maps and brochures of the park and the Battle Road Trail at either visitor center.

Concord Hotels Map

What to See & Do in Concord

Sightseeing Map of Concord

Walking Tour of Concord

Walking Trails in Concord

Concord Hotels & Inns

Concord Restaurants

Concord Photo Gallery

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Concord Visitor Center, Concord MA

The tidy Concord Visitor Center
just off Main Street in Concord MA.


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