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Across the street from Emerson's house, the Concord Museum transports you back in time to the early 1600s when the town of Concord was founded.

The Concord Museum, Lexington Road and Cambridge Turnpike (map), contains numerous period rooms and galleries, and vividly depicts the growth and evolution of Concord, Massachusetts.

The rich collections of documented decorative arts and domestic artifacts were either owned by Concord-area residents or made by Concord-area artisans.

A $13-million renovation and expansion campaign was completed in 2019.

Permanent exhibits include the lantern that hung in the spire of the Old North Church in Boston on the night of Paul Revere's famous ride; Ralph Waldo Emerson's study, Henry David Thoreau's belongings used at Walden Pond, and a collection of early powderhorns including the one worn by the model for Daniel Chester French's Minuteman statue at the Old North Bridge.

There are changing exhibitions throughout the year.

A guided tour lasts about 45 minutes, or you can wander around on your own if you like.

Concord Museum
200 Lexington Road
Concord MA 01742
Tel (978) 369-9763

—by Tom Brosnahan

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Concord Museum, Concord MA

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