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Protecting the Birthplace of the American Revolution,

the cradle of the Environmental Movement,

and the Home of the American Literary Renaissance

Visiting, Volunteering, and Contact Information

Visiting Barrett Farm

Barrett Farm is located at 448 Barrett's Mill Road in Concord.  The house itself is only open at Open Houses or by special appointment:

Barrett Descendants - Please call or email to coordinate - Jim Cunningham or via the Park.
Educational Groups - Please see the National Park Service web page.
General Public - Check for Open House dates to see the house interior.

- There are no public facilities at Barrett Farm except at Open Houses.
- There is some parking for cars available - please avoid muddy areas.
- There is no signage for the house. 


We have had many volunteers work on the Barrett Farm over the restoration years.  The house and site is now owned by the National Park Service.  Contact the Park, Friends of Minute Man Park, or the SOH Project Manager (Jim) for volunteering opportunities.


Please feel free to contact us about this project.
- Volunteers - please send your name, email, phone, and possible interest areas and talents.
- Barrett family - we continue to developing an extensive genealogy and welcome all contacts.  This also helps us find other family members, history, and artifacts that help us interpret the history.  And, it's fun to meet all of you.

Position Contact Email name Phone
Barrett Farm Project Manager Jim Cunningham Jim[at] (781) 259-0466 home
(339) 223-3677 cell
SOH Office / Projects Director Kati Winchell Kati[at] (978) 369-6662 office

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