As a "Little Women" fan (both book and movie), I thought this was a great attraction in Concord (which is a very quaint town). The house is where the alcott girls grew up, and where Louisa May Alcott went on to write her famous novel. You pay for a guided tour through the historic home. We did not care for our guide (an older gentleman who was just boring and "awkward"), and I think having a different guide would have made this an excellent review.
Rooms include the kitchen and living room, and all the bedrooms. It is very interesting to see the drawings on the walls of one bedroom (in the book, Amy is the artist). I went through these rooms picturing scenes from the book and movie.
There is a gift shop (of course) where I purchased little women paper dolls. Nearby, you can go to the sleepy hollow cemetary to see where the alcotts are buried (along with other literary greats, like Nathaniel Hawthorne).
If you love either the book or the movie, you should definitely go here, and then head into the center for some lunch!
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