Robert Frost's year-round home from 1915 to 1920, this is where the poet soaked up the New England life. The place is imbued with the spirit of his work, down to the rusted mailbox in front that's painted "R. Frost" in simple lettering. Two rooms contain memorabilia and signed editions of his books. Out back, you can follow short trails marked with lines from his poetry. This place will slow you down and remind you of the intense beauty of the surrounding countryside. Poetry readings are scheduled during many evenings in summer.