Concord Museum

Concord Museum, located in the historical areas of Concord and Lexington, houses amazing artifacts of American history.  On exhibit is a very rare print made by Paul Revere depicting the Boston Massacre.  Also on exhibit is one of the lanterns that hung in the Old North Church on the night of April 18, 1775.  The Concord Museum is distinguished for its collection of 17th, 18th, and 19th-century decorative arts, case furniture, tables, seating furniture, clocks, looking glasses, textiles, ceramics, and metalware. Curators, historians, and educators have recognized the collection for its national significance for more than a century.

Hours: April–December: Monday–Saturday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm; Sunday, noon–5:00 pm.
(June – August, open at 9:00 am on Sundays)
January–March: Monday–Saturday, 11:00 am–4:00 pm; Sunday, 1:00 pm–4:00 pm.
Closed: Easter, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  All holidays are subject to change without notice.

Directions: Concord is approximately 20 miles west of Boston. The Concord Museum is easily accessible from Route 495 or Route 128, via Route 2, and is located 1/4 mile east of Concord Center, at the intersection of Lexington Road and Cambridge Turnpike. Parking is free.

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