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53 Cambridge Turnpike Lexington Rd, Concord, MA 01742-3701
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Private Historical Day Tour from Boston with Private Driver
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Private Historical Day Tour from Boston with Private Driver

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Tailor your trip to Boston to your interests. Enjoy a private tour through historic Cambridge, Lexington and Concord. Your group of friends or family ride in style in your choice of vehicle while absorbing fascinating stories of the American Revolution and the people who shaped the early ideals of the United States.
$356.32 per adult
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Ken Q wrote a review Feb 2020
Denver, United States648 contributions112 helpful votes
It's small but well worth a visit. Nice information about Paul Revere. They had an interesting explanation about chocolate making.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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MMK125 wrote a review Jan 2020
Pomfret, Connecticut45 contributions42 helpful votes
I enjoyed seeing the artwork. I saw the Christmas trees that were about children books. The trees and wreaths were very colorful and nice to see. My family will visit the museum again.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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cheryl h wrote a review Dec 2019
Durham, North Carolina55,808 contributions1,700 helpful votes
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We were charged $20 to go through this museum. What the person at the desk FAILED d to mention when we were paying was the museum was undergoing renovations and all we would be seeing were 3 rooms that were in that very small section. There wasn't much in each room either. After we couldn't figure out how to get to the rest of the museum we asked the lady for directions. THAT'S when she told us we had seen all of what was open because of renovations. We should have asked for some of our money back but we were both too stunned to speak. They should be ashamed of themselves.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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LondonFairman wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom86 contributions72 helpful votes
There was some refurbishment going on when I visited, a few rooms were cordoned off, moreover a section was closed off for a school visit. I barely saw anything. Paul Revere's lantern and a couple of collections of pretty random paintings. To give you an idea, one room was dedicated to a collection of copies of old masters, painted in China in the 19th/20th century. Very odd and very pointless and nothing to do with Concord. Avoid!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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nwelch54 wrote a review Aug 2019
Concord, Massachusetts159 contributions46 helpful votes
The Museum is a must-visit place if you come to concord. Its a short walk from the town center (and it has parking). The new addition is the Rasmussen wing which includes a Paul Revere Lantern and Henry David Thoreau’s desk on view. The museum has many other things on display and they always have had interesting Christmas events
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Date of experience: August 2019
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