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Concord Travel Guide: 73 reviews and 138 photos

Orchard House

This is the house in which Louisa may Alcott grew up and wrote "Little Women".
Guided tours are available. I loved seeing the old furnishings and books in the house. And you can still see Louisa's younger sister's drawings on her bedroom walls.

Old Manse

Nathaniel Hawthorne lived here.

Practically in the backyard is the bridge where the revolution began!

Emerson's Home

Ralph Waldo Emerson bought this house in 1835 and in it, his children grew up and some notable figures visited (Henry Thoreau, Louisa May Alcott, Nathaniel Hawthorne).

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  • Pros:Charming, pretty, intellectually stimulating (even prettier in the fall season)
  • Last visit to Concord: Dec 2001
  • Intro Updated Mar 9, 2004
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