Concord Museum

The Concord Museum is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The museum houses collections and fascinating exhibitions. They also offer educational programs for students of all ages. Students will learn interesting facts by participating in an educational program. Featured topics include: American democracy, preservation of the environment, and craftsmanship. The students will see a variety of interesting historical artifacts. These include: the 1775 Paul Revere lantern, carved colonial powder horns, Henry David Thoreau’s wooden flute, and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s study filled with books. Group tours are available for student groups of all sizes. There are several interesting exhibitions. They include the following: Why Concord History Galleries, Period Rooms, and Decorative Arts Galleries. The History Galleries is a 6 gallery exhibition that tells the story of Concord’s history and of the famous individuals who have lived in the town. Each gallery tells its own unique story. Items include: photographs, maps and documents, audio presentations, oral histories, creative hands-on activities and artifacts from the Museum’s renowned collection. The Concord Museum also contains fascinating collections. There are over 35,000 items present. Featured items include the following: furniture, ceramics, silver and pewter, household goods, archaeological stone artifacts, photographs, documents, prints, costumes, and textiles. Come with your student tour and see this fascinating historical landmark!