Come and visit a village in Louisa’s time

My husband and I spent a lovely day at Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, MA. Old Sturbridge Village is an authentic recreation of a New England village in the 1830s. Louisa was born in 1832 and lived most of her life in New England so I thought you’d like to see pictures I took of our day at the village on a perfect autumn day.

Here’s some teasers . . .

And here’s the link to where the photos are on Facebook.

I feel so lucky to live here in New England, near all this history that I love. Enjoy!

5 Replies to “Come and visit a village in Louisa’s time”

  1. I’ve never been, but it’s been on my to-visit list for several years. Lol. I live in Portland, Maine, so it would be a fun day trip. Thanks for sharing the photos … and if you ever go again, let me know! Would love to join you! 🙂

    1. I will! It would be cool if we could arrange some field trips with people in the area. My dream? A bunch of us tour Orchard House with the idea that we merit the ‘advanced’ tour. 🙂 It would be great fun to really pick apart that house!

  2. I love these pictures, thank you for posting them. So this is that October foliage in New England that you would like me and Adam experience with you as a guide? Can’t wait for that, hope it will be October when we do visit.
    So wish I could be with you for that “advanced” Orchard House tour. Please take a lot of pictures, yourselves being in the pictures, so that I can see the real tour, not just the house. 🙂

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