- The list below includes 605 free or cheap things to do in or near Concord, Massachusetts, including 111 different types of inexpensive activities like Historic Homes, National & State Parks, Bike Paths and Walking Trails.
- From North Bridge to Minute Man National Historical Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Concord and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Lowell, Cambridge and Salem.
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Downtown off Main Street at Summer Street, Plymouth, MA 02361 MoreLess Info
Colonial Lantern Tours - Private Tours is an excursion company that uses professional guides who have knowledge about the historical and cultural aspects of Plymouth. The company has a 'Ghosts & Legends' tour and a 'Thanksgiving' trip.
White Horse Beach is a scenic public beach located along the Cape Cod Bay. In addition to the picturesque views, the beach is also home to Flag Rock, a large rock with an American Flag painted on and located offshore.
A local historic cemetery, Burial Hill is believed to be one of the oldest burial sites in the country with many graves dating as far back as 17th-century. It is situated on the top of a hill an provides sweeping views of the harbor and the Plymouth Beach.
Plymouth Rock marks the site where the passengers of Mayflower, who later founded Plymouth Colony, first touched the land of the New World. The rock itself, with the date 1620 etched on it, is surrounded by protective pillars and available for public viewing.
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Winslow and North Street, Plymouth, MA MoreLess Info
The Mayflower Society House & Library is located just around the corner from Plymouth Rock in a historic dwelling from the 18th century. It features a small museum dedicated to the pilgrims and serves as the headquarters for the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
Jenney House Museum, which operated as the Jenney Grist Mill before, functions as a mueseum and features a wide range of exhibits about the history of John Lenney who set up the mill in 1636, as well as a variety of other historical artifacts.
Get a history lesson at Jabez Howland House. This historic landmark was built in 1667 and purchased by the son of Mayflower passengers. The museum, decorated in period furnishings, is open Memorial Day through Columbus Day. Tours are available.
With recreation areas for many activities, Adams Point offers opportunities for hiking, biking, walking, and kayaking. Adams Point also allows visitors to see views of the saltwater marshes and tidewaters off of its peninsula.