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Orchard House
#1 of 4 Museums in Concord
They were a fascinating family and the museum and tour made me fall in love with The Alcotts and Little Women.
The Alcott house is a good mile from the center of town so park at the Concord Museum which is central to the main sites within walking distance.
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Concord Museum
#2 of 4 Museums in Concord
The Concord Museum is one of the best town history museums I've seen.
We were a bit disappointed that admission was $10 per adult since there were other museums we wanted to enjoy on our visit.
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DeCordova Sculpture Park & Museum Lincoln 4.5 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Lincoln
Having moved from an area of the US full of gardens,quiet walking places and museums, such as Winterthur and Longwood, I was bereft for the seeming lack of such venues near Boston.
Most impressive about this contemporary American art museum is its amazing sculpture park—35 acres of lawns and woodlands showcasing a super collection of large-scale sculptures and other eye-catching outdoor, wea...
The Robbins House
#3 of 4 Museums in Concord
Montague Gallery
#4 of 4 Museums in Concord
Hancock-Clarke House Lexington 9.9 km away
#1 of 5 Museums in Lexington
So many old homes in the area have been gutted and turned into museums with displays of artifacts.
Buckman Tavern Lexington 9.8 km away
#2 of 5 Museums in Lexington
A short drive away is a couple other museums so you can hit those too!
The tavern has a great museum and the docents were friendly and knowledgeable.
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Discovery Museum Acton 8.7 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Acton
It is so much more intimate and accessible than the larger museums in Boston (Childrens Museum and Science Museum) and it’s exhibit stations are frankly more creative.
They had many displays connected to our science curriculum and it was awesome watching and hearing our kids make connections from the classroom to the museums.