In 1843, ten-year-old Louisa May Alcott moved to Fruitlands with her family. Twenty-five years later, she wrote her now classic novel, Little Women, drawing from her life experiences, family, and childhood memories at Fruitlands and in Concord. Now, generations of readers have continued to read this story all over the world and many films and performances have been produced, reinterpreting and revisiting Little Women through the ages.
Adults and children, come together and step into the story with an afternoon tea party at Fruitlands that will be fun for all ages. Enjoy tea service and 19th century activities.
Please note that space is limited and pre-registration is required.