I was expecting a little more than I got at the Concord Museum. There are several really interesting things on exhibit. Among them are one of the original lanterns from Old North Church, Some of Thoreau's possessions from his cabin at Walden Pond and Ralph Waldo Emerson's study (which is, strangely, NOT located in Emerson's house across the street). Other than these and a lot of period furniture, there isn't a lot of interest. Many of the exhibits are more of interest to Concord residents than to visitors from elsewhere. It's a pleasant place to visit, but not a must-see.