Things to see and do - Concord
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Concord Travel guide
Concord : Michelin's recommendations
Named in the 17C for the "concord" of peace established between the Indians and the settlers, the refined colonial town of Concord boasts a significant place in American history as well as a distinguished literary past. It was to Concord that British soldiers marched in April 1775 for the second major skirmish of the Revolutionary War, having first clashed with the colonial fighters, or "minutemen" at nearby Lexington. In the 19C, intellectuals and writers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David Thoreau and Bronson Alcott lived here.
Tourist attractions Concord : Things to see and do
174 Liberty St.
A replica of the Old North Bridge marks the place where colonial farmers advanced on the British and fired the "shot heard 'round the world." Emerson immortalized the bridge in his poem Concord Hymn. Nearby, Daniel Chester French's statue o..
200 Lexington Rd. & Cambridge Turnpike
The artifacts, documents and period rooms here give you a sense of Concord's rich history. You'll see a lantern hung in the steeple of Old North Church to signal Paul Revere, and objects used by Thoreau at Walden Pond.
174 Liberty St.
This park commemorates the events that took place on April 19, 1775, along Battle Road (Rte. 2A between Lexington and Concord) and in Lexington, Lincoln and Concord. Take the interpretive trail that runs alongside Battle Road to learn about the Patri..
48 Monument Square USA - Concord MA 01742
This historic 1716 hotel is on Monument Square in Concord. Guests at this hotel will find rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Concord’s Colonial Inn rooms include a coffee maker and a free newspaper. The rooms also have a private bathroom and hairdr..