Our family visited the Orchard House in Concord, MA in Oct. 2012. My children and I love the book and the movie Little Women. I was expecting the typical "historical site" experience, but left with so much more. Upon arriving, you watch a short film about the house. You are then led by a docent in a small group through the house. As soon as we started the tour, the book and movie came to life to all of us! We felt like we were on the movie set. We could "feel" and "see" all of our beloved characters throughout the house. You will never realize how much the book is a representation of Alcott's life and upbringing until you visit her home. You can actually see Amy's original drawings on the walls still! You can see Jo's writing desk. If you are a LW fan you will not be disappointed.