Museums
Amesbury, Massachusetts
Specialized
Hampton, New Hampshire
Historical Society
The Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire, Inc was formed at a meeting held September 15, 1950 in “The Little Red Schoolhouse” in Wakefield with thirteen societies represented. It was incorporated on October 16, 1951 with twenty-four charter member societies plus about 100 individual members.
Amesbury, Massachusetts
History
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.'
Amesbury, Massachusetts
History
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.
Seabrook, New Hampshire
Historical Society
North Hampton, New Hampshire
Library
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.
Rye, New Hampshire
Children's, Military, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The Seacoast Science Center is a marine science education institution that provides fun and interactive learning experiences for families through nature programs and live animal exhibits.
Newbury, New Hampshire
History
Stratham, New Hampshire
Historical Society
Stratham can trace it's roots back to London through a business venture of Edward Hilton, and the Fisherman's Guild of London. When the men first landed with their families and all of their belongings, they began to settle. They then petitioned the Plymouth Council for a grant of land only after setting up a fishery at Hilton Point.
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.