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The Orchard House is among the oldest and most well-preserved historic American house museums. It is famous for being home to the talented Alcott family and the place where Louis May Alcott wrote her classic novel, Little Women. It also serves as the setting in the book.

The house represents the legacy of the Alcotts in art, literature, philosophy, education, and social justice as it offers tours, educational programs, unique living history events, display of original family furnishings, and archives. Every year, over 50,000 visitors from all over the world get to experience cultural and historical enrichment by going to the Orchard House.

It is open to the public and managed by the non-profit Louisa May Alcott Memorial Association, which was founded in 1911.
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