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Founded in 1886, the Concord Museum is an ideal destination for those who enjoy the work of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau – both noted authors area highly featured at the museum. Also among the displayed artifacts are powder horns, muskets, fifes, and cannonballs from the American Revolution. The Concord Museum is open on a daily basis, minus any major holiday, and a small admission fee is charged.
Massachusetts is a hot bed when it comes to American Revolution and early American history – there are a slew of landmarks, memorials, and parks celebrating or commemorating that time in history. Many visitors who travel to Concord also enjoy a drive across the Old North Bridge, touring the Louisa May Alcott Orchard House, or summer recreation at the Walden Pond. Enjoy your time in MA and visit the Concord Museum.
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