F56. Concord Museum & Louisa May Alcott House For the Holidays
Sample some of Concord’s rich history through the distinguished collection of decorative arts and American artifacts at the Concord Museum, founded in 1886. Enjoy the special exhibit of uniquely decorated holiday trees celebrating children’s literature. Following a private lunch at the elegant, historical Colonial Inn, visit Orchard House, where Louisa May Alcott wrote her novel Little Women in 1868 and home to the Alcotts for over 20 years. Enjoy a guided tour of the residence complete with original furnishings and traditional holiday finery.
Group Leader: Jeanne Fontaine
Tuesday, December 10; depart 9 am, return 4 pm
Includes guided tours, lunch, bus travel, and driver tip.
TRAVEL WITHDRAWL POLICY
If you opt to withdraw two weeks or more before a trip, a 50% cancellation fee will be deducted. This fee will be waived if you are able to find a replacement. No refunds are issued for withdrawals less than two weeks before the trip.