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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
If you read Louisa May Alcott books, this is a place for you. If you do not read her books, this place is still a great historic landmark where Alcott family lived; you get a great tour of historic facts of the Alcott era. A...More
My sister and I took a tour of Orchard House. Very interesting to see were the characters in “Little Women”. It really brought the book and movie to life. It’s worth the time to stop in for the tour. The only downside was it was...More
Even husband was impressed with this site/family story and how it fit into history. He was reluctant to take a guided tour, but it is the only way to see the house. There is a deeper story beyond Little Women, connections that are as charming...More
Recently a friend and I visited Orchard House for the first time, even though we both live within an hour's drive of this historical home. We loved reading "Little Women" many years ago. Seeing the house which is filled with so many of the family...More
I've lived in the area for 20 years, and have never done the historical houses. It was really interesting - so much of the house is original. The museum managed to collect family heirlooms when the museum was created, and now 80% of what is...More
this is an interesting place to visit as it was home to the Alcott family and where Little Women" was written. However $10 for a tour of the house seemed a bit much for me.
Worth a stop by ,but without the tour, you see...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.