Concord was a famous historic town, founded in 1635, famous along with nearby Lexington as the site of several battles that lead to the American Revolutionary War. The town's centerpiece, the Concord Parks and Recreation Department's Museum of Freedom, described these events and welcomed tourists, as the rest of the city shows remnants of patriotic bunting, flags, and signs. Sanctuary Hills, a suburb of Concord, was the home of the Sole Survivor before the Great War.
Several of the houses and stores of Concord are boarded up. The Museum of Freedom and the church are located in the southeast part of town. The workhouse is situated near the main road to the north, and the Concord Speakeasy is in the center. These buildings are down the street from the museum, near the Concord civic access underground and Concord Savings and Loan.
Next to the bank is the municipal plutonium well building, across the street from Wright's Inn. There is also an accessible hardware store by the museum, near a Walden Drugstore and Fallon's Department Store.
- Laser musket - In front of the Museum of Freedom.
- Perception bobblehead - In the Museum of Freedom, on a desk in the same room as the Minutemen.
- RobCo Fun - On the desk next to the terminal Sturges is using in the Museum of Freedom.
- Log - SSG Michael Daly - On the roof of the Museum of Freedom, on a desk near the abandoned T-45 power armor.
- T-45 power armor - On the roof of the Museum of Freedom, also there is a minigun on the crash-landed vertibird.
- Taboo Tattoos issue #10 - In the Concord civic access, inside the room with the green steamer trunk, on the floor next to it. (Civic Access entry is in the hole in the street.)
- Fusion core - Hidden behind a steel beam behind the mirelurk in Concord Civic Access.
- Nuka-Cola Quantum - Northwestern-most house in the refrigerator on the first floor kitchen.
- Nuka-Cherry - In a shopping cart east of Concord, behind the Museum of Freedom.
- Out of Time: Codsworth recommends the Sole Survivor travels to Concord in search of help to find their son.
- When Freedom Calls: Help Preston and his group get rid of the raiders hunting them.
- After some time has passed since "When Freedom Calls," raiders will begin respawning around Concord. The deathclaw that attacks the Sole Survivor during this quest will not respawn.
- Concord is often one of the earliest locations that the player character will come across, which means that the raiders found in Concord are fixed at a low level.
- Concord is the only city in the game with its name on a water tower.
Concord appears only in Fallout 4.
Behind the scenes
- The city is based on the real-world location of Concord, Massachusetts, a Boston suburb located 19 miles to its west. The town is well known for its role in the American Revolution, specifically in the Battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775.
- The bridge that one crosses to go from Sanctuary Hills to Concord resembles the Old North Bridge where one of the main confrontations in the Battle of Concord took place.
- The "Entering Concord" sign exists in the real world in the same likeness when entering the town.