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Farmington, New Hampshire
Culture, General, Historical Society, Library
The Farmington Historical Society operates The Museum of Farmington History. The museum is open during Meetings of the Historical Society, held on the first Friday of each month, on Hay Day, and by special appointment.
Hampton, New Hampshire
Children's, General, History, Historical Society, Park
Hampton's triangular-shaped park bounded by Landing Road, Park Avenue, and Cuss Lane (across Park Ave. from the Tuck Museum complex) was dedicated as 'Meeting House Green Memorial Park' on Wednesday, October 14 (Founders Day), 1925. It is commonly called 'Memorial Park' or 'Founders Park.'
Francestown, New Hampshire
History
Franconia, New Hampshire
General, History, Historical Society, Specialized
A visit to the museum is like a visit to your great-grandmother's house, especially the attic, and your great-grandfather's barn. At the same time, you'll learn how families earned a living in the 'good old days' - the 1800s and 1900s. You'll see how the town's economy changed from farming to the iron industry, and to tourism. You can spend two hours viewing the extensive collection in the 10-room Victorian house, the barn and the huge connecting shed.
Hillsborough, New Hampshire
Historic House
Fremont, New Hampshire
Historical Society
Marlborough, New Hampshire
Library
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