Enjoy virtual cultural experiences in Freedom's Way National Heritage Area!
The story of Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area is intimately tied to the character of the land as well, as those who shaped and were shaped by it. Their stories can be found on village commons, along scenic roadways lined with stone walls, in diaries and artifacts, in a cabin by a pond, along a battle road, or hidden deep within a secret glen by the bank of a meandering river.
Known or yet to be revealed, these stories provide a narrative that links the past to the future, reinforcing the region’s sense of place.
Take a Tour
including a virtual visit of Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House in Concord, MA
View a Gallery or Exhibition
including the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Temple
Listen to a Story
Discover the only known freestanding slave quarters in the U.S., Royall House & Slave Quarters in Medford, MA
Explore a Collection
nline collections & resources from Massachusetts Historical Society, and more.
Engage & Create
Stay connected with nature with a little help from MassWildlife