399 Lexington Road
Concord, MA 01742
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Help celebrate our Centennial in 2012! The authentically-preserved c. 1690 home where the beloved novel, "Little Women," was written and set in 1868 offers award-winning guided tours, innovative educational programs, and unique special events year-round! Concord School of Philosophy and Museum Store also on premises.
Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House celebrates its Centennial as an historic house museum throughout 2012 with a display of artifacts and memorabilia relating to a century of educating and inspiring our visitors about the Alcott legacy and preserving the historic integrity of the 322-year-old structure.
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