The beloved author wrote and set her novel Little Women (1868) here. Alcott and her sisters—the models for Little Women’s March family—called Orchard House home from 1858 to 1877. The guided tour, the only way to see the house, highlights numerous heirlooms, like Alcott’s little desk and the miniature pieces of furniture that appear to be from a dollhouse (they’re actually salesman’s samples). Check ahead for the extensive schedule of special events.
Concord, MA› Attraction
Orchard House: Louisa May Alcott's Home
99 Lexington Rd, Concord, Massachusetts, USA
Our Rating Hours Apr–Oct Mon–Sat 10am–5pm, Sun 1–5pm; Nov–Mar Mon–Fri 11am–3pm, Sat 10am–4:30pm, Sun 1–4:30pm Phone 978/369-4118 Prices $10 adults, $8 seniors & students, $5 kids 6–17, free for kids under 6, $25 families. Web site Orchard House
Map99 Lexington Rd Concord Massachusetts USA Concord, MA
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