Economic Vitality & Tourism

Tourists in ConcordConcord, Massachusetts, is not only steeped in rich American history but also stands as a beacon of economic vitality in the region. As the birthplace of the American Revolution, Concord has transformed its historical legacy into a thriving, forward-looking community. The town's economic landscape is a vibrant mix of local businesses, innovative startups, and established companies, all benefiting from a supportive local government and a highly educated workforce.

Nestled in the heart of Massachusetts, Concord offers an unparalleled quality of life with its picturesque New England landscapes, top-notch schools, and a strong sense of community. This has made it an attractive destination for both families and businesses alike. The local economy is bolstered by a thriving tourism sector, driven by visitors eager to explore Concord's historical sites, charming boutiques, and exquisite dining experiences.

Opportunities and innovation

Concord's commitment to sustainability and the environment further enhances its economic appeal. The town's green initiatives and dedication to preserving its natural beauty not only contribute to a healthier planet but also attract eco-conscious businesses and consumers.

For entrepreneurs and investors, Concord presents a landscape ripe with opportunities. The town's blend of historical charm and modern amenities creates a unique environment where businesses can flourish. From tech startups leveraging the town's educated population to artisans finding inspiration in its scenic beauty, Concord is a place where innovation meets tradition.

Experience the economic vitality of Concord, Massachusetts, where history and progress go hand in hand. Whether you're looking to start a business, invest in a growing market, or simply enjoy the quality of life this remarkable town has to offer, Concord welcomes you to be part of its vibrant community and promising future.

Concord Visitor Center - a vital hub

At Concord Visitor Center, history comes alive through knowledgeable guides ready to illuminate the town's pivotal role in shaping the American identity. From the hallowed grounds of Minute Man National Historical Park to the tranquil shores of Walden Pond, our center provides invaluable resources to help visitors unlock the secrets of Concord's past.

More than just a hub for information, the Concord Visitor Center serves as a vital community anchor, fostering connections between residents and visitors alike. Whether you're seeking insider tips on local attractions, planning a group tour, or simply eager to delve deeper into Concord's rich history, our friendly staff is here to assist you every step of the way.

Join us at the Concord Visitor Center and embark on a journey through time, where every step reveals a new chapter in the enduring story of America's birthplace. From the revolutionary spirit of the Battle of Lexington and Concord to the transcendental wisdom of Concord's literary luminaries, let us be your guide to the treasures of this extraordinary town. Welcome to Concord—where history lives and stories thrive.

The centrally located Concord Visitor Center at 58 Main St.  hosts daily walking tours with certified local guides; private and group bus tours; bike share with adaptive bikes; souvenir shop; welcome center; restrooms and literature and brochure rack.  


Business districts: Concord Center, Thoreau Depot, Nine Acre Corner and West Concord

Town info: Incorporated 1635; 26 square miles; census population as of January 2022, 15,611

Business spotlights: Chamber of Commerce profiles

Transportation: MBTA Commuter Rail to Boston and Fitchburg; Commuter Bus to Boston; Council on Aging Van - weekday door-to-door transportation for seniors.

Sustainability: Concord has implemented a Sustainable Concord roadmap to prioritize climate initiatives. 

  1. Beth Williams

    Tourism Manager
    Phone: 9782871064

Tourism and Economic Vitality Documents