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Resource Center

Every Tuesday (Except Holidays) 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
First and Third Sunday of each month (Except Holidays) 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Galindo Home

Concord Museum

First and Third Sunday of each month (Except Holidays) 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Resource Center

Every Tuesday (Except Holidays) 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
1928 Clayton Road Second floor
First and Third Sunday of each month (Except Holidays) 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
1721 Amador Avenue

Galindo Home

Concord Museum

First and Third Sunday of each month (Except Holidays) 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
1928 Clayton Road Second floor

Take a Walking Tour of Concord

Take a historic walking tour of downtown Concord, California with charming homes dating from the 1900’s.

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The Mission Statement for the
Concord Historical Society

The specific and primary purposes are to discover, establish, and preserve structures, objects and materials of interest, importance, and value, in relation to the history of the City of Concord, California, and to discover, preserve and disseminate knowledge of the history of the City of Concord, California and its vicinity.

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Upcoming Events

Rancho Days

About the event:  Ranch Hand Dinner – Hamburger or Hot Dog, Beans, Green Salad, Drinks, Ice Cream MUSIC BY “UNCONCORD”(Country Band) Kids games, picture taking opportunities, meet your neighbors! Tickets: […]

$10.00 – $50.00
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Donate History

Funds donated to the Concord Historical Society benefit and number of our projects, including the renovation of the Masonic Temple.

Galindo Home and Gardens

This home was built in 1856 for Don Francisco Galindo and his wife, Maria Dolores Manuela (Pacheco) Galindo, Don Salvio’s second daughter. At that time, it was one of the few Victorian ranch houses in the county. As their oldest son, Juan “John” Galindo and his bride Marina “Sarah” (Amador) Galindo took up residence between 1875 and 1880, the original six-room house was expanded to ten rooms. After Juan and Marina’s eldest child Frederick, and Catherine (Hittman) Galindo were married in 1907, title was transferred to this next generation.

Become a Docent:

Galindo Home

Contact Joanne Fryer

Concord Museum

Contact Vivian Boyd

Galindo Home and Gardens