Thoreau Farm

Type: 
Historical Site, Writers Space

The “Minott House” Henry David Thoreau refers to is known today on the National Register of Historic Places as the Wheeler-Minot Farmhouse/Henry David Thoreau Birth House. Locally, it is also known as “Thoreau Farm.” The Thoreau Farm Trust, a nonprofit organization, is committed to preserving Thoreau’s birth house.

Visits to the house are by guided tour only and are seasonal. The house also hosts events and offers a writing studio to rent for space to write.

Address: 
341 Virginia Road
Concord, MA 01742