The Concord Museum is a beautiful and modern presentation of the history of Concord, including its most famous residents. A self-guided tour allows you to follow your own pace and read as much or as little as catches your eye. The complete study from Ralph Waldo Emerson's house and the furnishings from Thoreau's cabin at Walden Pond are great highlights. The Museum also features very informative presentations of the Battle of Lexington & Concord, as well as period information tracing the history of the town. Along with the National Park Visitor Center, this is a great place to start a visit to Concord.
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