The famous writer’s ashes are buried at this historic park, where he spent his final years and where his wife stayed on afterward. London’s study, in the cottage ($4 adults, $2 seniors 62+ and students 13–18, free for ages 12 and under), contains artwork from his stories and items he picked up on his travels. Elsewhere on the property is a ruin of a magnificent house London tried to build—it burned down before it was done. There’s an easy half-mile trail through the bucolic surroundings, and plenty of spots for a pastoral picnic. On weekends, docents give tours at 11am, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm, and during summer, an awesome Broadway Under the Stars season features pros from NYC and beyond.