The Concord Museum is home to an inspiring collection of historical, literary, and decorative arts treasures, including the famous 1775 Paul Revere lantern, the desk where Henry Thoreau penned Walden, the study of Ralph Waldo Emerson, and more. While the permanent galleries are temporarily closed for necessary upgrades and renovations, the museum welcomes guests to the new Anna and Neil Rasmussen Education Center, where more than 100 objects are on display. The four complementary passes are valid for admission to the Rasmussen Education Center, Museum galleries upon re-opening, and the annual holiday display of Family Trees. Located at 200 Lexington Road in Concord. Note: Dates and arrangements for in-person experiences may depend upon state COVID-19 regulations to ensure public health safety and compliance.
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