We can all support the town we love by shopping locally as much as possible through the COVID-19 crisis. Please help our amazing shops and restaurants!
Buy a gift card, order take out, or contact your favorite shop to order something special to be delivered to you or a loved one. Support them now, so they will be there when our beautiful town opens up once more. #ConcordTogether
Learn more about Concord Businesses in our "Virtual Visit" section.
Watch videos from some of our local merchants on the Concord Together YouTube channel.
Or stay on top of specials and fun ways to help by visiting the Concord Together Facebook page.
Share a moment with beloved American Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin in this intimate interview at her Concord home. She enchants us with the fascinating life that she and her husband Dick Goodwin shared - and explains why Concord's "living history" inspires her work.
We invite you to read our newly-released Spring issue. Witness the events leading up to the "Shot Heard 'Round the World" from the perspective of a British soldier, a Minuteman, and even the ordinary Concord Citizen - and so much more!
Plan your visit with this walking map of Concord Center, Thoreau Depot, and West Concord neighborhoods. The maps include attractions, historic must-see sites, shops, restaurants, and more.
Concord is home to many women who helped shape our nation's history. Here we share the amazing stories of Sara Ripley, Sophia Peabody Hawthorne, Helen Louisa Thoreau, and Lydia Jackson Emerson.
Concord's hidden architectural gem is a collection of mid-century homes. Learn about architects Marvin Goody, John Clancy, Carl Koch, William Berkes, and Robert Brownell - who introduced this unique style to Concord.
The fiery sermons of the Reverend William Emerson helped push Concordians to take up arms against the British regulars - earning him the title of "A Very Bad Subject of the Crown."
Elizabeth Peabody was a fascinating woman. She founded a publishing house and was a friend to the Transcendentalists. But she was unlucky in love - losing a beau not once, but twice, to her more fortunate sisters.