No, you cannot carry a concealed weapon anywhere if you have a license. Each state has its own laws about where you can and cannot carry a concealed weapon. Generally speaking, it is illegal to bring a concealed weapon into any government buildings, schools, or other places where firearms are prohibited by law. Additionally, some states may restrict carrying weapons in certain public places such as restaurants and bars.
It is also important to note that even if you have a license to carry a concealed weapon, you must still follow the laws of the state in which you are carrying your weapon. For example, some states require that you inform police officers that you are carrying a concealed weapon when stopped for questioning. Failure to do so could result in criminal charges.
Finally, if traveling out of state with your concealed weapon, it is important to research the laws of the destination state and ensure that your license is valid in that jurisdiction.