Welcome to the Concord Museum!  

Visit our newly redesigned galleries featuring objects from Concord's revolutionary and literary history. Our temporary exhibition, Home: Paintings by Loring Coleman is on view until January 30, 2022. Our literary event, Family Trees: A Celebration of Children's Literature, will be back for its 26th year featuring 32 trees & wreaths of all shapes & sizes ornamented with inspiration from children’s picture books.

 

Walk-ins are welcome, and online tickets can be purchased below, but we do not have timed ticketing.

 

Currently, we are requiring masks inside the galleries, and there are sanitizing stations throughout the building to provide a safe expereince for our visitors. 

 

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Please join us for a special tour of our new April 19, 1775 galleries. These interactive spaces bring this conflict to life in engaging, emotional ways through powerful animation, recordings, and story-telling. Importantly, those stories are not just about Concord but are equally about the surrounding towns from which the militia men converged to the battle sites. Members of our Curatorial Staff and our Executive Director will be on hand both evenings to show you the exhibitions and answer your town-specific or other questions. There is a recommended donation of $5.00.