New Hampshire Through Many Eyes
Discover New Hampshire in the exhibition New Hampshire History Through Many Eyes. This overview exhibition of New Hampshire's past includes hundreds of objects ranging from the earliest Native American dugout canoe in New England, to a Concord Coach, an early prototype of the Segway, and the "Mystery Stone"-- one of the museum's most popular artifacts. And, you can climb a re-created fire tower -- right inside the museum.
The New Hampshire Historical Society is the independent nonprofit that saves, preserves, and shares New Hampshire history. The Society serves thousands of children and adults each year through its museum, library, educational programs, and award-winning publications.
The New Hampshire Historical Society is not a state-funded agency. All of the Society's programs and services are made possible by dues and contributions from individuals, foundations, and businesses. Free admission to the museum and free use of library research resources are two of the many benefits of membership in the Society. You are invited to join today! Call the membership department at 603/856-0621 or use our convenient and secure online membership form.