- TripBuzz found 313 things to do indoors in the Concord area. From Concord Free Public Library to Village Forge Tavern, Concord offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 237 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 59 different types of things to do inside in or near Concord, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Historic Homes, Theaters, Jazz/Blues Bars and History Museums.
- There are 10 indoor activities in Concord, and 303 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Lowell and Salem.
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.
Turtle Creek Winery offers wine tasting tours during which visitors can sip a variety of flavors, from Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay, to Riesling and Pinot Noir. However, visits are only by appointment and reservations are required.
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24 Lincoln Street, Lexington, MA 2421 MoreLess Info
Promoting fitness in the community, Josiah Willard Hayden Recreation Center offers amenities like weight rooms, fitness equipment, and classes for the public. The center also has an aquatics facility with a lap pool.
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10 Lincoln Street, Lexington, MA 2421 MoreLess Info
Open during fall and winter, Hayden Recreation Centre Ice Facility offers visitors open skating sessions for figure skating and dancing. The ice rink is home to a figure skating club for over 400 local children.
Lexington, Massachusetts' Buckman Tavern is a tavern and hostel that was the site of the first skirmish in the American Revolutionary War. The conflict that occurred here between the fledgling colonial army and the British minutemen paved the way for the rest of the war.
Used as a parsonage in the early 1700's, the Hancock-Clarke House is an historic site important to the American Revolution. Both John Hancock and Samuel Adams were guests in this home when Paul Revere came through town with his declaration.
Hancock-Clarke House is a local historical site being home to John Hancock and Samuel Adams prior to their confrontation with the British troops in the Battle of Lexington and Concord. Today, the house functions as a museum and features numerous period furnishings and portraits.