How fabulous is this? You can now take a virtual tour of Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House in Concord, MA.
Here are the details from The Home of Little Women:
Tour Orchard House from your house!
Called “America’s Home” by Boston TV personality Mary Richardson and “the best place in the world” by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Prof. John Matteson, Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House — “The Home of Little Women” in Concord, Massachusetts — is pleased to offer the opportunity to enjoy our home within your home and learn about the Alcotts’ contributions to literature, education, art, philosophy, and social justice.
First, tour Orchard House with Louisa May Alcott as your guide during the 15-minute “Peek Inside Orchard House” video. Jan Turnquist’s living history portrayals have delighted dignitaries such as the Empress of Japan and First Lady Laura Bush, as well as thousands of students and adults in libraries, schools, and special interest groups around the world. This is a rare opportunity to visit with “Miss Alcott” inside Orchard House!
Next, during the bonus 20-minute virtual visit video, linger over images from our collection and information about each room to delve more deeply into the life and times of the Alcotts at Orchard House. (Watch the trailer for this video at vimeo.com/398131607)
Finally, present your Vimeo On Demand confirmation email at our Admission Desk after we re-open and take a guided tour of Orchard House at no extra charge (limit one admission per video rental).
We hope you enjoy your virtual tour experiences, and we look forward to welcoming you at Orchard House as soon as it is safe to do so. For more information 24/7, please visit our website: louisamayalcott.org.
By the way, have you seen the film? Getting choked up watching the trailer because it was the last movie we saw in the theaters before the pandemic. It’s 100% worth watching. Excellent film.