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• Tour Orchard House, the home where Louisa May Alcott lived and where she also wrote and set Little Women. Nearly 80% of the furnishings belonged to the Alcott family. Bronson Alcott, her father, purchased the land in 1857 and the manor house, which remains extant, dates back to the 1660s.

• Explore the trail at Minute Man National Historical Park to learn about the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Re-enactors bring an extra dimension to the historic site.

• Visit Walden Pond State Reservation. In 1845, Henry David Thoreau moved into a one-room house which he built himself. A replica of the house can be seen today.
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