If you are looking for a fun thing to do in the Boston area next weekend June 6 and 7, consider a visit to the beautiful and historic town of Concord and check out the Concord Museum’s Garden Tour. This New England tradition is for all garden lovers and offers something for the accomplished landscapers, the novice gardener and those in between. Each of the 7 private gardens reflects the interests and passions of the owners and their families with acres of “garden rooms”. The garden tours are self-guided, beginning both days rain or shine at 9:00am and continuing until 4:00pm.
While you are in Concord, make a day of it and visit the Concord Museum (including their newest exhibition opening April 18 – The Shot Heard Round the World: April 19, 1775), and plan to have lunch or dinner at one of Concord’s fine restaurants.
Advance purchase discount price through May 30: $30 Concord Museum members, $35 Non-members. Reservations online at www.concordmuseum.org .
About the Concord Museum: The Concord Museum is where all of Concord’s remarkable past is brought to life through an inspiring collection of historical, literary and decorative arts treasures. Renowned for the 1775 Revere lantern and Henry Thoreau’s Walden desk, the Concord Museum is home to a nationally significant collection of American decorative arts, including clocks, furniture and silver. Founded in 1886, the Museum is a gateway to historic Concord for visitors from around the world and a vital cultural resource for the town and the region. Visit www.concordmuseum.org