Literally walk in the footsteps of your favorite New England authors with this list of the best New England literary hikes.
Intimidated by the works of authors Emerson and Hawthorne? A tour of The Old Manse will change your views of their writings.
Rather than trying to find Henry David Thoreau’s Walden Pond through the game, book, or place, just go outside and find your own Walden.
I visited Louisa May Alcott’s Concord home to learn about Orchard House and the real Little Women and why the author left us wanting a different ending.
In this literary Concord vlog: Visit Walden Pond, see a replica of Thoreau’s cabin, stroll Ralph Waldo Emerson’s neighborhood where the Transcendentalist met, visit Nathaniel Hawthorne’s attic tower, and find out how Little Women saved Louisa May Alcott’s family.