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Rich in American history and architecture
Traffic can be a problem on the main streets at rush hour
In a nutshell
A great day-trip idea when you're visiting Boston
Concord has had no murders and only 1 rape and 4 robberies in the last 6 years.
They only have 2 registered sex offenders.
The most prevalent crime is petty theft (like shoplifting or bike-stealing).
So you can feel pretty safe in Concord. But you still should use common sense and lock car doors and know where your children are if they travel with you.
Updated Apr 14, 2007
The Wayside, Orchard House, Emerson House and the Old Manse can only be visited by guided tours and, depending on the time of the year, the tours run every half-hour or sometimes only once every hour so if you're planning on seeing everything there is to see in Concord in only one day, you can't exactly play it by ear.
Unique Suggestions: The best thing to do as you arrive in Concord is to stop by the Concord Visitor Center. The CVC is located at 58 Main Street, just behind Middlesex Savings Bank (free parking and public restrooms are available), and it is open daily from April to October, from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. When you get there you can get a free map of the city's attractions with daily guided tour hours for all the museums - this will help you plan your day and will save you a lot of hassle and running around.
Fun Alternatives: Don't forget that Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and Walden Pond are open until sunset so you can save those for last!
Updated Jun 27, 2008