What people don't know about Concord is its rich agricultural history. The town has worked hard to preserve the pastoral nature of its landscape boasting large areas of national park land and spaces conserved by the town. Because farming and conservation has been a priority, this has fostered a burgeoning organic farm-to-table movement food in Concord and world-renowned chefs have made Concord home. In September, you will find Main Street closed down for a farmers market where all the local farmers come and share their food and goods. It creates a wonderful sense of community and shared purpose for the residents and guests of Concord. On any day in the spring, summer and fall, you can go to a local farm stand (there are many) and enjoy beautiful, fresh produce, honey and fruit. It really embodies the adage “know your farmer.’ Stop by the famous Concord Cheese Shop first, then pop to a farm stand and you can make a ‘local foods’ picnic you can enjoy at one of the many scenic spots in town.
"Every year on Patriots Day, there are fascinating and exciting reenactments and events culminating in a festive parade through town."
If you appreciate outdoor activities, on any given day, you will find people joyfully paddling down the scenic Sudbury River, walking on conservation trails or biking along the tree lined streets. In winter, folks are found cross country skiing or snowshoeing. In every season, Concord is bustling with friends and neighbors out enjoying nature.
With easy access to Rt 2 and I-95 and I-495 Boston is conveniently located in Boston’s Metro West, with Cambridge and Boston a short drive away. Stop by today and enjoy all Concord has to offer.