Concord is a small, historic city in Massachusetts that is sometimes considered to be a suburb of Boston, although it's located a half-hour drive west of downtown Boston. Concord has about 18 thousands residents, and was one site of the The Battle of Lexington and Concord in 1775, which began the American Revolutionary War. Literary giants Louisa May Alcott and Ralph Waldo Emerson were both from Concord!
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When you're in Concord, be sure to take advantage of the opportunity your car rental provides to see some of the historic attractions around this great American city...
Drive your rental car to Orchard House, the top-ranked attraction in Concord, and take one of the wonderful tours of the house where Louisa May Alcott wrote “Little Women”! Or, you might decide to get into your car rental and go to visit Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. In addition to amazing old gravestones of colonial Boston-area families, you can see the final resting places of Ms. Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau!
As you explore these sites in your car rental, you'll probably think about the Revolutionary War and what those battles must have been like! Drive over to the Minute Man National Historical Park and see one of the most important battlefields in America, with 900 acres preserved to commemorate The Battle of Lexington and Concord! You can also drive your car rental to North Bridge, which historians will tell you is the site of the famous “shot heard 'round the world”, the start of the War!
Just remember, Concord isn't just about war, death and remembrance, it's also been a great city for poetry and philosophy. Take an afternoon away from your business trip or family vacation, and see the beautiful natural wonder called Walden Pond. You might remember from school studies that this is where Thoreau wrote the essays that became valuable influences on American conservation and civil disobedience. Plan your visit carefully, however, because tourists are strictly limited at this peaceful, tranquil location!