- Our list of the best things to do in Concord, Massachusetts, features the top 727 nearby activities — including 308 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Concord, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
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Friends of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, PO Box 1192, Concord, MA 01742 MoreLess Info
Consisting of forest and wetland scenery, Bruce Freeman Rail Trail is a paved trail for joggers, cyclists, and roller-skaters. The trail itself is 10 feet wide and has rails to one side.
Seventy musicians living in the Concord area come together to form the Concord Orchestra, playing classical, family, and pops concerts. Richard Pittman conducts the orchestra, featuring volunteer artists both young and old.
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51 Walden Street, Concord, MA 1742 MoreLess Info
Run by the Friends of the Performing Arts organization, The Performing Arts Center at 51 Walden hosts performances from its resident orchestra. The center has a dance studio where visitors can sign up for classes like swing dancing and ballet.
In operation for over thirty years, the Concord Youth Theatre Inc is dedicated to fostering a love of and appreciation for drama in kids of all ages. The theater offers acting lessons and camps, and stages a variety of productions.
A historic estate originally built in 1740 as a farmhouse, the Codman Estate now holds a collection of historical artifacts and furniture. The current estate allows visitors to acquaint themselves with four generations of family life.
Explore one of the most important sites in Revolutionary War history at the Minuteman National Historical Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts. The park is free to enter, and there is no charge to travel Revolutionary Road. There is a small entrance fee for the museum.