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Immortalized by Louisa May Alcott in the beloved classic, Little Women, Orchard House (c. 1670) is best known for being where the groundbreaking novel was written and set in 1868. One of the oldest, most authentically-preserved historic sites in the...more
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My wife has wanted to visit here since childhood. I had never heard of it. It was a great place to tour. The history of the home and the street is not only significant for literature, but Revolutionary and Civil War history as well. Concord...More
We came here and caught a tour just as it was beginning. It’s tight quarters, but our guide was so informative and enthusiastic about the author. It was captivating to hear about the author’s life and especially the inter-connected nature of her life with her...More
Visiting Louisa May Alcott's home was to be a warm and welcoming experience. Her stories and characters are fixtures in our minds. Getting to see the desk her father built for her was exciting. As was hearing about her and her family. The only negative...More
When the tour bus stopped at the Orchard House my heart sank. Why would I be interested in this? I may never have read "Little Women" but I do like to learn all I can about history. Anyone who has read the book would enjoy...More
I thought I new a lot about LMA but I learned a ton more on this very informative tour. Our tour guide was super. She answered all questions and the tour did not feel too long or too short. She did an amazing job. Very...More
Loved the tour of Orchard House. Amazing to be in the place where the real events of "Little Women" took place. and where Bronson Alcott formed and described his theories of education. Wonderful first person interpreter video of Louisa May Alcott as an adult describing...More
This was my second visit to the Alcott home, which is charming and homey. Louise used it as the setting for her popular novel, Little Women. Recently, it has inspired the set creation for the new movie, premiering at Christmas, starring Meryl Streep. As before,...More
I took my mother and her sister here and it was an intrresting visit. Therebis parking out front, and when thatbis full there bbn is apparently nk overflow down the road. The tickets were $10 and $8 for seniors. You walk up a gentle nk...More
WOW! This home is full of history that goes back to the Revolutionary War!. Louisa's parents were independent thinkers in their time and raised some amazingingly creative daughters. Visit this home and feel the energy. Many other famous authors visited as well including Emerson. It's...More
Would recommend that you use an Uber driver to go to the Orchard House. Would also recommend that you go to some of the sights within walking distance (Concord Museum, etc.) to make the trip worth your time.