Private Excursion to Historic Concord
Duration: Up to 5 hours
- Learn about one of America's most revolutionary towns.
- Learn about Concord's fascinating history and attractions.
- Take a stroll through the fascinating Orchard House.
Concord is a must-see for any culture vulture out there, from its revolutionary history to its literary heritage! On this private tour of Concord, you'll learn how a town molded by revolt, militias, and revolutionary spirit became one of America's most significant historical sites.
Around 2,000 militiamen, termed "minutemen" for their ability to spring into action at a moment's notice, gathered in this town to chase the British troops. Learn how the British and the 2,000 militiamen fought each other viciously on the battlefield and in these same streets. The Battle of Concord, the first bloody day of the American War of Independence, took place on the town's North Bridge, which has a strong and major national significance. When word of the battle reached London, it made a powerful message about the patriot soldiers' tenacity. Concord is remembered as the first military action of the American Revolutionary War, paving the way for the Declaration of Independence and the formation of the United States of America.
- Transport to and from Boston
- Guided private tour
- Entrance to Orchard House
- Tips (optional)
- Old Manse museum entrance fee
Children (ages 0-11)
12th Farnsworth St, Boston, MA 02210
Please meet at the Flour Bakery and Cafe on 12th Farnsworth St.
What to Remember
- Please wear comfy, weather-appropriate shoes and clothing.
- Please note: The Old Manse museum is only open on Saturday and Sunday; therefore, if you would like to visit it, schedule a weekend tour. You can pay for this museum visit locally, as it is not included in the tour price.
Please refer to the calendar for updated starting times and availability.
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 48 hours before the experience begins.