You wouldn't trade your family for the world, but you wouldn't mind being adopted by the March family, either. Now you can step into the lives of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy with a guided tour of Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House, home of the author of Little Women and setting for her beloved novel. With today's deal, you can get one ticket for adult admission for $4 (regularly $9) or one ticket for youth admission for $2 (regularly $5), or grab the whole family and pay $12 for admission of two adults and up to four youths (regularly $25). One of the oldest, most well-preserved historic house museums in the country, this cozy two-story house (built circa 1690) is filled with Alcott family furnishings. Walk through the kitchen, dining room, parlor, and bedrooms where Alcott and her sisters lived, and feel like part of the family.
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Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House
One Youth ($2), Adult ($4), or Family with Two Adults and up to Four Youth ($12) Admissions and Regular Guided Tour of Louisa May Alcott's Home
- from $2