July 26, 2017
Where can you see the famous lantern hung in the steeple on the night of Paul Revere’s ride in 1775, the desk where Henry David Thoreau wrote Walden, and the contents of Ralph Waldo Emerson’s study? At the renowned Concord Museum, in Concord, Mass.
And now Nashua Public Library cardholders can get $5 off up to four tickets with the library’s museum pass. Reserve and print the pass by going to tinyurl.com/nplmuseum. Regular admission without the pass is: adults, $10; seniors ages 62+, $8; children over 5, $5; ages 5 and under, free.
If you have a Nashua library card, you can borrow over a dozen different passes, to art, science, and children’s museums; zoos; and cultural events. For the full list, go to tinyurl.com/nplmuseum or call (603) 589-4611. For more about the Concord Museum, go to www.concordmuseum.org.