The Women of Concord Tour

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The Women of Concord Tour

In a town famous for the independent spirit of its people, Concord’s women have always been leaders, fighting for justice and creating a uniquely American vision in literature and art. Join us to hear the stories of these remarkable women, and see the places where they made their mark.

The Women of Concord Tour will meet in front of the Old Manse at 269 Monument Street (park across the street in the Minute Man parking lot) and continue into Concord Center; the tour is approximately 90 minutes. Tours are offered Saturdays March 6, 13, 20, and 27 at 1:00 p.m. Price $30 per person. Each guest will receive a complimentary ticket to “Every Path Laid Open,” a special exhibit opening in May at the Concord Museum. Advanced reservations are required for tours.
Tours offered by the Concord Visitor Center and in partnership with the Robbins House and the Concord Museum.

About the Concord Museum
The Concord Museum educates visitors of all ages about the history of Concord and its continuing influence on American political, literary and cultural life. The Museum’s nationally significant collection serves as a catalyst for changing exhibitions, extended classroom learning, dynamic programs and publications relevant to an ever-changing world. Founded in 1886, the Museum is a center of cultural enjoyment for the region and a gateway to the town of Concord for visitors from around the world.
In Concord, generations of women have organized and advocated to expand their liberties and the liberties of others. In honor of the recent 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, this exhibition celebrates their remarkable achievements.
Every Path Laid Open: Women of Concord and the Quest for Equality opens May 7 .

About the Robbins House
The Robbins House is a Concord-based nonprofit organization focused on raising awareness of Concord’s African, African American, and antislavery history from the 17th through the 19th centuries. Our mission is to reveal the little known African American history of Concord and its regional and national importance. Our vision is to inspire conversation, expand understanding and contribute to a better society.

About the Concord Visitor Center
So much more than maps, your visit to historic Concord. Friendly guides can help with information about restaurants, places to stay and sites to see. We offer walking, biking and bus tours on all of Concord’s greatest history.

Please contact Beth Williams, Tourism Manager for information or to reserve
978-318-3061 or

Advanced reservations are required.