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Museums, large and small, offer journeys into the past and the future and provide new ways of looking at our state and our planet. Museum of the White Mountains 17 High St. Closed Saturdays and Sundays. Open to general public online at any time. Admission: Free. About: Opened in February of , this relatively new museum is located on the Plymouth State University campus. Their mission is to collect, conserve, and exhibit elements of ski history for research, education and inspiration.
Museum hours and days of operation vary by season. About: Simple country cottage where Robert Frost and his family spent summers and lived full time from to Admission: Free About: The stone face might be gone, but his memory lives on in this small museum, located in the Cannon Mountain aerial tramway base station, with an Old Man gift shop open from Memorial Day Weekend to Columbus Day and a display of photos and artifacts.
The collection includes the turnbuckle used to fasten the Old Man to the mountain when the stone face was crumbling. Fridays are free for Tamworth residents. About: You can see a working farm with sheep, goats, pigs, cows, steers and chickens. Nestled in the heart of New Hampshire, the farm offers year-round history, season-based learning opportunities and exploratory fun for all generations. Discover Remick!
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a. Thursday admission is free. About: Displays of historic and contemporary power boats, canoes and other watercraft used on local lakes. The Wright Museum 77 Center St. Closed November through April, except by appointment. About: Exhibit of World War II memorabilia, including tanks, posters, home front exhibits and other art and artifacts from the Greatest Generation.
Admission: Donations About: Claims to have the largest collection of vintage working arcade games in the world. Castle in the Clouds Moultonborough, NH. Harold S. Gilman Museum Rt. Admission: Free About: Harold S. Gilman left his collections of guns, buttons, furniture, dolls and photographs to the town.
Exhibit includes a rare Regina music box. This varied collection offers insights into the domestic life of nineteenth century Americans and the business and family relationships of Alton families. From June 21 to August 30, open Wednesday-Sunday from 10 a. Open August October 20, weekends only from 10 a.
About: Learn about three centuries of New Hampshire farm life at this working farm. Open Sundays from p. The museum even has a re-creation of a fire lookout tower on the roof with a magnificent view of the Merrimack River as it corkscrews its way north. Canterbury Shaker Village Shaker Rd. Hours TBD. About: Canterbury Shaker Village is a tribute to the year history of the Canterbury Shakers with 25 restored original Shaker buildings, four reconstructed Shaker buildings and acres of forests, fields, gardens, nature trails and mill ponds.
See a complete list of hours here. There are also a of programs and events scheduled throughout the year. About: View a collection of telephones, equipment and tools from the very first telephones to the latest wireless devices. Kearsarge Indian Museum 18 Highlawn Rd. Open Monday through Saturday from 10 a. Native Americans are free. About: View exhibits of Native Americana — dioramas, clothing and crafts as well as teepee mockup and a nature trail highlighting plants used for medicine and native American rituals.
Currier Museum of Art Ash St. About: Includes hands-on exhibits about light, sound, electricity and simple machines. Millyard Museum Bedford St. The museum houses the over , documents and artifacts from the Manchester Historical Society, from neon shoe store s to textile looms. Visitors to the Millyard Museum can also now enhance their experience by using a new mobile tour app as they explore the museum. The museum is housed in the original Art Deco terminal building built in About: The museum was the former dwelling of Joseph Boivin, manager of the St.
Strawbery Banke Museum 14 Hancock St. About: This acre site was the location of the first Portsmouth settlement in and continued to be a residential area until the s. Check out their calendar to see what special events are happening throughout their season.
Admission: Free33 About: Genealogy, maritime history, biographies and Civil War memorabilia are featured here. About: Enjoy a variety of fish tanks and exhibits of the Seacoast. About: Check out hands-on learning and fun for all ages. Climb through caves, discover dinosaurs and learn to fly. Stay tuned for opening updates Tuck Museum 40 Park Ave. Admission: Free but donations are appreciated. About: Exhibit of millstones, monuments, a fire station museum, old postcards and memorabilia of this seaside town first settled by Puritans in About: Eclectic collection of local art artifacts including 1, labeled rocks and minerals and a foot tall polar bear.
Exhibit also includes the last cougar killed in the state, in The museum was founded in to display rare Dunlap Broide of the Declaration of Independence found on the property in About: Take a hands-on tour of a submarine built in at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. You can sit on the bunks and tables in the cramped quarters and even check out the traffic on Route 1 Bypass through the periscope.
About: An interactive museum of artifacts from around the world including drums, costumes, chimes and marionettes in a historic Baptist church. Make sure to visit the outdoor zen garden. Florence H. Speare Memorial Museum 5 Abbott St. Admission: Free About: Operated by the Nashua Historical Society this small museum features Industrial Age artifacts, an impressive selection of historical textiles and rotating exhibits.
About: This museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting the artworks of Aidron Duckworth. Historic buildings are temporarily closed. The receipt is valid for seven days and may be used for re-entry to the park. Children 15 and under are free. The Visitor Center is typically open daily from 9 a.
Guided tours are offered during this time. Did you know that Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the first sculptor to de an American coin? for complete details. About: The Fells spans across 83 acres of beauty and tranquility. Visitors can learn the legacy of diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay, tour the room Colonial Revival home, explore the forests, walk the woodland trails and enjoy the renowned gardens. It houses both permanent collections and visiting exhibitions. Stay tuned for opening updates Enfield Shaker Museum Rte. Thirteen of the original buildings still survive and the Great Stone Dwelling, the largest structure ever built by the sect, is now a museum.
The collection includes clothing, furniture, tools and photographs of the earnest agriculturists. The museum also has an extensive herb and flower garden. The Magazine. New Hampshire Magazine Staff ,.Lets have a Derry New Hampshire encounter
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