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  • 1 North Bridge Unit Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    174 Liberty St. USA - Concord, MA 01742

    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..

  • 2 Concord Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    200 Lexington Rd. & Cambridge Turnpike USA - Concord, MA 01742

    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.

  • 3 Minute Man National Historical Park Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    174 Liberty St. USA - Concord, MA 01742

    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..

  • 4 Orchard House

    Museums and art

    399 Lexington Rd USA - Concord, MA 01742

    Orchard House was the home of the Alcott family from 1858 to 1877, the period during which Louisa May Alcott wrote her autobiographical novel Little Women (1868).

  • 5 Walden Pond State Reservation

    Nature and gardens

    USA - Concord, MA

    Henry David Thoreau built his cabin on the shore of this lake. To reach the cabin site (marked by a pile of stones) from the parking lot, follow the trail signs to a granite post, where the trail turns right (a 15-minute walk).

  • 6 Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

    Religious buildings

    Bedford St USA - Concord, MA

    A short climb from the parking lot leads to Author's Ridge, where the Alcotts, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Sydney and others are buried.

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