Unfortunately, there is no photography allowed within the house itself. I really would have liked to get some photos of those sketches May Alcott drew on the walls of her room.
The view of the house from the road with the small garden on the right side. The house is very close to the road and has limited parking (it’s easier to park across the street where there is additional parking for the Wayside House). Orchard House, Concord MA.
Benches on the lawn near the museum entrance. Photos in the house show Louisa May Alcott’s father seated on the bench with the tree behind him. Orchard House, Concord MA.
A decorated May Pole on the lawn by the house. Orchard House, Concord MA.
Flowers from a small decorative garden by the kitchen. Orchard House, Concord MA.
An additional building built on the grounds intended for adult education. Orchard House, Concord MA.