The grounds include an arbor first laid out by H.D. Thoreau and, we were told but didn't find, includes a trail to Walden Pond that Waldo and the gang ambled along. Inside excellent guides walk you through rooms furnished as if Waldo was out on errands and may return at any time. As with Orchard House much is of the HOUSE, not just of the period. It also includes more examples of Thoreau's ability to create -- the little shelf under the chair, a doll house. The totality puts a real human face on the people who created so much that remains relevant to this and any day. Well Done.