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Step into the story of Concord.

footwalkcloseup - Step into the story of Concord. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 1-3 hours
First settled in 1725 and acquiring its peaceful name to heal wounds after a boundary dispute, Concord has a fascinating history spanning four centuries, represented in the architecture still standing around the city. Discover the stories the buildings can tell you with a self-guided walking tour: download the route and map from the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and wander through the city's history, along a circular route starting and ending at the State House on N Main St.
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