The Concord Literary Trail

The Concord Literary Trail

Founded in 1886, the Concord Museum boasts one of the nation’s oldest collections of Revolutionary and literary history. The Ralph Waldo Emerson House is a short walk across the street from the museum, and while visitors can take guided tours of Emerson’s home, the museum contains a special exhibit dedicated to his study and its contents.

Text Andrea Fanning
Photography Mac Jamieson

To learn more about the museums dedicated to Concord’s beloved authors, see “The Concord Literary Trail” on page 57 of the October 2018 issue, available for purchase on newsstands and online.

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