Ralph Waldo Emerson House


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Historic Specs

  • Year built: 1828 
  • Original function: Home built by the Coolidge family and used as a summer house. Ralph Waldo Emerson purchased the home from the Coolidge family in 1835.
  • Architect(s): Unknown
  • Year added to NRHP: 1966
  • NRHP number: 66000365
  • Status: Public and operates a seasonal museum
  • Admission cost: Tours can range from free to $12. Learn more at ralphwaldoemersonhouse.org


  • Address: 28 Cambridge Turnpike
  • Town: Concord
  • State: Massachusetts
  • GPS: Lat 42.4576653 Lng -71.3434119
  • Parking notes: Parking at the home is reserved for museum staff and guests. General parking can be found on the roadside along the Cambridge Turnpike.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE


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