The Monadnocks and Merrimack Valley Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Monadnocks and Merrimack Valley - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Florence Hyde Speare Memorial Museum

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The city's impressive industrial history is retold at this museum that houses the Nashua Historical Society. In this two-story museum...

Fort at No. 4

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In 1747, this fort was an outpost on the periphery of Colonial civilization. That year fewer than 50 militiamen at the fort withstood...

Keene State College

  • Educational Institution

The hub of the local arts community is this bustling college. The Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery contains a permanent collection, including...

Mariposa Museum

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You can play instruments or try on costumes from around the world and indulge your cultural curiosity at this nonprofit museum dedicated...

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center

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New England's only air-and-space center offers a full day of activities that are mostly focused on the heavens. See yourself in infrared...

Millyard Museum

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In the Amoskeag Mills building, state-of-the-art exhibits depict the region's history from when Native Americans lived here and fished...

New Hampshire Historical Society

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Steps from the state capitol, this museum is a great place to learn about the Concord coach, a popular mode of transportation before...

Pierce Manse

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Franklin Pierce lived in this Greek-Revival home before he moved to Washington to become the 14th U.S. president. He's buried nearby.

SEE Science Center

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Don't miss the SEE Science Center, a hands-on science lab and children's museum with more than 70 exhibits. The world's largest permanent...

State House

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Take a self-guided tour of this gilt-domed statehouse, a neoclssical treasure built in 1819. This is the oldest capitol building in the...

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