The Robbins House

The Robbins House is the only known historic site commemorating the legacy of a previously enslaved Revolutionary War veteran.

It is a one and a half story house built in the early 1800s. It was a two -family farmhouse occupied by one former slave, and by two grown children of another.

The first generation of descendants of a formerly enslaved African American Revolutionary War veteran, Caesar Robbins and by a fugitive slave Jack Garrison, lived there.

The Robbins House is located across from the North Bridge. It strives to inspire conversation, expand understanding, and contribute to a better society.

Contact Information

320 Monument St. Concord, MA 01742


Phone: 978-254-1745


Sandra Burak   November 28, 2020
Though it was closed and cold out, we will definitely plan to go in the warmer weather.
aaron brown   October 27, 2020
We the people's
John Krstyen   August 25, 2020
Trails,important history,and just an eye opening experience when you visit. The rangers are amazing and the area is well preserved. It's alota fun to visit. Id recommend it
Jonny Griffin   October 31, 2019
Very informative
Penny McGhee   October 5, 2019
So interesting. Great guide.
PS2freak11223   August 16, 2019
Very nice guide!
Paul McArtor   August 3, 2019
Great little slice of history and an amazing family to learn about
Roxane Balwin   August 1, 2019
Very interesting
Donna M.   June 16, 2018
The Robbins House Docent dressed in period costume was excellent, storytelling on the lawn in front of the 1823 Farmhouse* to a rapt audience on a lovely...
Anrana S.   June 11, 2017
Not part of NPS but located in the back of the parking lot for the Old North Bridge. Open for tours 11-4, closed Tuesday. It's hard for me to review...