From Boston, take Storrow Drive or Memorial Drive to Route 2 and exit at 2A. There’s metered parking on the street and in several municipal lots, and free parking at the National Heritage Museum and the National Historical Park. 

By public transportation, Concord is a stop on the Fitchburg Commuter Line, leaving from Boston’s North Station.


Concord’s Visitor Center, 58 Main St. (tel. 978/318-3100), is open daily 10am to 4pm mid-April through October. Bikes can be rented from here. The Greater Merrimack Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau (tel. 978/459-6150) covers both Lexington and Concord.


The sites of Concord are spread out throughout the town, necessitating a car, a bus tour, or a bike to get around.

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