Having been to Orchard House a couple times, it is every bit as interesting, if not more so, than the excellent production. While Orchard House is depicted as the setting for the Alcott family in the movies, the place where Louisa wrote, and the Alcott homeplace for 30 years, the girls' childhood home, where all their adventures would have taken place, is next door to Orchard House, in a house called "The Wayside". After the Alcotts, Nathaniel Hawthorne and, later, Harriet Lothrop (Five Little Peppers and How They Grew) lived there. This was an interesting tidbit left out of the production. Another thing that wasn't exactly clear from watching the video is Orchard House is actually made of two houses that are joined. The back half is the section from the 1600s, as I recall. The comment in the movie about it being a fascinating home of nooks and crannies is absolutely correct! Even without having visited Orchard House in person, you would enjoy seeing this. Then, I hope it inspires you to visit the actual home.