A History Lover’s Guide to Concord, MA
Concord, MA, is boasting full of significant American history. Folks come from all over the country to walk the trails, smell the smells, and see the sights that past generations also experienced hundreds of years ago. When you step foot into Concord, you are stepping into a history book. As you plan your history-filled vacation, make sure you reserve your accommodation at Concord’s Colonial Inn, a historic hotel that was established in 1716. Whether you are escaping from the bustle of Boston or coming in from out of state, we look forward to welcoming you as a guest. In preparation for your trip, read our history lover’s guide to all things Concord, MA.
History Overflows in Concord, MA
Concord has graced many history books in schools all over America, as this quaint little town was the home to so many major historical events and figures. The beginning of the American Revolution began here and the legendary Minute Men fought countless battles. Today, you can trek through Minute Man National Historical Park. “The shot heard round the world” took place in the park, marking the battle for American independence, which began on April 19, 1775
Our illustrious town was also the home of several classic authors. You may have heard of a few of them: Louisa May Alcott, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and others. We recommend stopping by The Wayside, which served as a home for the Alcott family, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Margaret Sidney.
The Concord Visitor Center is the perfect place to start your historical tour through our lovely town. They offer a variety of educational walking tours. If you want to see collections of historical artifacts, head over to the Concord Museum.
In short, there are so many wonderful things to see and do in order to feel connected to the history of Concord, MA. Stay within close proximity to many historical and literary sites when you book your stay at Concord’s Colonial Inn today!