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  · Portsmouth (3)
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  · Franconia (1)
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  · Rye (1)
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Results: 1-17 of 17.
Dover, New Hampshire
Children's, General, History, Science
The Children's Museum of NH offers a multitude of hands-on learning experiences for children ages 1-12 and their families. Exhibits areas to explore include Dino Detective, World Cultures, Build It Fly It, Cochecosystem, Music Matrix, MindBall, Yellow Submarine, Pattern Palace, Step Into a Story, and Primary Place.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
General, History, Historic House
This Portsmouth Historical Society pilot project has converted the former city library to a new “one stop” central gateway to the historical, cultural and artistic venues of greater Portsmouth and a new exhibition site displaying the art and history of the region.
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.'
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.
Hampton Falls, New Hampshire
Cemetery, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Board Meetings open to public are held the second Tuesdays of each month starting at 6:45 pm at the Museum May-October, and at the Hampton Falls Free Public Library behind the Town Hall on Drinkwater Road.
Hampton, New Hampshire
Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
The aims of the Society (the name was officially changed in 1994) have also become broader. To accomplish its goal of the promotion and preservation of the history and heritage of Hampton, the Society conducts an active educational program of tours and lectures thoughout the year.
Hampton, New Hampshire
Children's, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Science, Specialized
Built by the Seacoast Fireman’s Union, this building contains a 19th century fire pumper, a collection of antique fire alarms, a Whiting Light (precursor to today’s emergency flashing lights), photographs, and other fire fighting equipment.
Hampton, New Hampshire
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Several years ago, the Hampton Historical Society acquired this school house, which stood on Lafayette Road near the North Hampton town line, and moved it to its present site on the Meeting House Green.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Botanical Garden, General, History, Historic House, Military
John Paul Jones, colonial America’s first sea warrior, was a tenant of the Widow Purcell in this house in 1781 while he supervised the building of the Navy’s ship America nearby. Though he loved Portsmouth, he left New Hampshire in 1782 never to return. His house is now the museum of Portsmouth men, women and children, where their stories live.
Concord, New Hampshire
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Durham, New Hampshire
Art, Children's, Culture, General, Library, University
The Museum of Art is the New Hampshire Seacoast's premier art museum -- a center for the visual arts where visitors gather to enjoy changing exhibitions, music, lectures, poetry readings, and receptions. Its permanent collection includes over 1,600 historical and modern works by American, European, and other artists from diverse cultures.
Farmington, New Hampshire
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
The Museum of Farmington History is operated by the Farmington Historical Society. 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.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
1. The John Paul Jones House Museum commemorating the naval hero's stay in Portsmouth while awaiting the completion of his ship, "Ranger" as well as exhibits that tell the stories of Portsmouth including the 1905 Portsmouth Peace Treaty.
Rye, New Hampshire
General, History, Historical Society
The mission of the Rye Historical Society is to preserve the town's past and appreciate its heritage by collecting and displaying artifacts, documents, photos and oral histories at the Rye Town Museum. Through special exhibits and regular programs and museum hours the society aims to engage people in the vital aspects of Rye's history so that current issues may be better understood and future plans respect the natural and human history of the town.
Hampton, New Hampshire
Archaeology, Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
History museum specializing in items pertaining to the history of hampton, NH. 5 building- Main Museum, Fire Museum, 1796 Barn, 1850's schoolhouse and Tourist beach cottage.
Dover, New Hampshire
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military, Natural History, Science
We are a classic "turn of the century" museum with collections displayed in antique cabinets within many unique rooms. We display the largest collection of minerals north of Harvard University in Boston..
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