Concord was first called Musketaquid meaning “grassy plain,” and today is well known from the “Concord Grape.” The town has a strong history beginning with the Battle of Lexington and Concord and then had transformed into a literary center with writers including Henry David Thoreau and Louisa May Alcott having resided there.
Today, Concord’s center is a primary destination for its residents. Complete with services, restaurants, shopping and The Colonial Inn which is rumored to be haunted. Similar to a few towns in the area, Concord has done an excellent job in preserving its environment from development of homes to commercial retailers. No matter if you are in the town center or West Concord, you will find quaint shops in buildings that maintain their quaint and historic charm.
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