Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial House
Southeast of Monument Sq, Concord Museum brings the town’s diverse history under one roof. The museum’s prized possession is one of the...
The 90-minute bus route covers the major minuteman sites in Lexington and Concord, as well as some of Concord's places of literary...
Concord Bike Tours
Highly recommended bicycle tours explore different themes of Concord's history, such as revolutionary sites, Concord authors or the...
Concord Cheese Shop
This is a cheese shop, as it claims, with an excellent selection of imported and local cheese, as well as wine and other specialty food...
28 Cambridge Turnpike · interesting places nearby
Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial House information
The Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial House is where the philosopher lived for almost 50 years (1835–82). Emerson was the paterfamilias of literary Concord, one of the great literary figures of his age and the founding thinker of the Transcendentalist movement. The house often hosted his renowned circle of friends and still contains many original furnishings.