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CANCELED Concord Museum

On April 6, 2024, History Camp will host a highlights tour of the Concord Museum. After the tour, you will be able to tour the museum on your own.

The Concord Museum covers the full sweep of Concord’s history, from the Native American presence through the town’s pivotal role in the early days of the American Revolution to Concord’s rich literary history. Their recently-reinstalled gallery on the Battle of Concord provides an immersive experience and showcases several iconic artifacts, including the one lantern known to exist of the two that were held aloft in Old North Church’s steeple the evening of Paul Revere’s famous ride.

If you would like to join us for lunch (at your own expense) after the tour, please indicate on your registration.

Address: 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA



History Camp and History Camp Monthly Outings are a project of the non-profit organization The Pursuit of History. We hope you’ll join us in the pursuit of history.

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