Last updated: 7/8/2012
Hampton Falls Historical Society
Hampton Falls, New Hampshire
Street Address
45 Exeter Road
Hampton Falls, NH 03844
Mailing Address
PO Box 104
Hampton Falls, NH 03844
phone: 603-926-1878
Hours
Mid-May until weather dictates in late October
Tuesday9 AM - 12 PM
Admissions
Free
Services
Gift Shop
Staff
Sheila Kennedy, President
Description

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.

History

We rent our museum space from the town of Hampton Falls. It is located across from the town hall in a former baptist church that was purchased by a private citizen and donated to the town to serve as a library, which it did until early in the 21st century when it became the home of the Historical Society, which began with it's founding in 1985.

Artifact Collections

Policy is to maintain artifacts relating to History of Hampton Falls, generally including items donated or bequeathed by residents and purchased at antique dealers, internet and the like.

Research Collections

Under Development

Educational Programs

Generally we hold lectures on subjects relating mostly to Hampton Falls History, including educational programs that relate to its Seacoast culture.

Library

Access: General Public

Appointment required: No

Publications

Semiannual Newsletter in Spring and Fall, Annual report to shareholders in October.

Services

Gift Shop

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