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Nashua, New Hampshire
Historical Society
Franconia, New Hampshire
Specialized
Hopkinton, New Hampshire
History
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
History, Specialized
The Museum is open daily Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day Weekend. Hours are: 10am-4pm Monday through Saturday, and Sundays 12noon-4pm. The Museum is located at 399 Center Street, Wolfeboro Falls, 2 miles from downtown Wolfeboro, in the former Allen “A” Resort dance hall/theater building. For further details, contact the museum at: 569-4554, museum@nhbm.org, visit www.nhbm.org, or follow them on Facebook.
Milton, New Hampshire
History
Concord, New Hampshire
History, Historical Society
We love New Hampshire. And, we've been saving its history for nearly two centuries. Since 1823, the New Hampshire Historical Society has been preserving our state's past and telling its rich stories to each generation. Nowhere will you find a more extensive collection of objects and archives related to New Hampshire's history.
Concord, New Hampshire
Historical Society
New London, New Hampshire
Historical Society
Newport, New Hampshire
Historical Society
The Newport Historical Society Museum represents the birthplace of one of New Hampshire's earliest and most successful mill towns. Our most prominent historical figure is Sarah Josepha Hale, editor of Godeys Ladies Book and author of "Mary Had A Little Lamb.
Allenstown, New Hampshire
Specialized
North Hampton, New Hampshire
Library
Berlin, New Hampshire
Culture, Historic House, Park
Nottingham, New Hampshire
History
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