The Robbins house may be closed for the season, but our board, historians, and designers are busy creating new exhibits for our 2021 season. If you peek in the Robbins house windows over the next few months, you may see the creation of: an illustration of an early 1800s fireplace on the hearth; a Concord map depicting the three locations of the Robbins House and what it looked like in each place and time; a family tree exhibit to connect the African American residents who lived in the house; a map outlining civil rights activist Ellen Garrison’s journey from Concord to California; explanations of the 1866 Civil Rights Bill that Ellen tested with a lawsuit and the following civil rights amendments and bills through today; and historic photos of the places and times experienced by Robbins house residents. Please let us know what you’d like to see in the Robbins house at email@example.com.
Juneteenth Re-Opening of The Robbins House!
June 19-September 6: Open 6 days/wk (closed Tuesdays)
September 10-October 31: Open Fridays/Saturdays/Sundays & Indigenous
Peoples’ Day Monday Oct. 11 th
From 11 am – 4 pm
Six visitors allowed inside the Robbins House at a time
Masks required by visitors until further notice