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This sculpture garden and art gallery is housed in a 1720 building and holds portraits of Early America, paintings, decorative arts.
This national park contains historic houses located along the 1775 battle road with 19th century Wayside, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Alcott and Lothrop family homes.
At Minute Man National Historical Park, the Battles of Lexington and Concord are brought to life through the preservation, restoration and interpretation of significant sites from...
This museum is housed in 1935 Ralph Waldo Emerson house, it contains Emerson's personal belongings, books, furniture and portraits.
The Concord Museum is the one place where all of Concord’s remarkable past is brought to life through an inspiring collection of historical, literary, and decorative arts...
Museum of house where Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women and also the site of the Bronson Alcott's School of Philosophy.
This is a living farm museum, collections include agriculture, aviary, botany, entomology, geology, and herpetology. Museum related item for sale. Guided tours and lectures...
Gropius House combined traditional elements of New England architecture—wood, brick, and fieldstone—with innovative materials including glass block, acoustical plaster, chrome...
This historic house, c1740 Georgian mansion expanded in 1790s to resemble an English country seat. Collections include furnishings, landscaped grounds and gardens. The grounds...
The Sculpture Park encompasses 30 acres of beautiful rolling woodlands and lawns, and is the largest park of its kind in New England. The Sculpture Park provides a constantly...
The museum's indoor exhibits are hands on for children. There are intimate, immersive experiences for our youngest learners and galleries of STEAM experiences for all ages. All...
This historical society museum contains period furnishings and artifacts. Facilities include 40,000 volume general library of books and reading room.
This history museum contains photographs, archives, 1862 town reports, a historic building- c1805 Josiah Smith Tavern.
Built in 1710, this central tavern on the Green was a gathering place for both locals and travelers and the site of many important town meetings. Captain Parker and his militia...
Built in 1737, this house was the parsonage for the town of Lexington during the 18th century. Visit the home of Reverend Jonas Clarke where patriot guests John Hancock and Samuel...
Built in 1735, this important tavern was taken over and used by the British Redcoat troops on their retreat back to Boston in the afternoon of April 19, 1775. Learn about the...
This one room school house contains furnishings, maps, old photos, merit awards, school books and more.
Collections include over 2 million stamps and covers, a general reference philatelic library, air mail stamps, covers and more.