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On Thursday, July 26, Anastasia Robinson, soprano extraordinaire who is equally at home in opera, oratorio and art song, will perform a delightful program of folk and popular...
The museum displays collections of folklore, agriculture, costumes, military items, horse drawn vehicles, firefighting equipment and several historic town buildings from the early...
This historic museum was originally an 1850 general store with displays of period tools, dolls, bottles, patent medicines, books, linens, toys, photographs, costumes and other...
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, Education and Cultural Center, is dedicated to connecting people of today with 20,000 years of ongoing Native American cultural expression. The Museum...
The museum is housed in an 1851 building that was used as a school for 95 years. Collections of items emphasizing the history and manner of living in Enfield.
This history museum housed in a 1791 Old Baptist Church displays town history, genealogy, tools, clothing, furniture, books and manuscripts.
This 1864 historic building displays collections of school textbooks and registers, town reports, scrapbooks, desk and seats, photographs of former teachers and schools in the...
A historic 1793 Shaker village community with exhibits of Enfield Shaker history, agricultural equipment, furniture, photographs and gardens.
This local history museum exhibits paintings, furnishings, tools, books, and manuscripts pertaining to the early history of Claremont.
The park includes the home, studios and gardens of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, America's foremost sculptor of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Original sculpture is on exhibit.
Historic site museum granted in 1735 by Crown Province of Massachusetts completed as a fortified village in 1744. Visitors can see Native American artifacts, colonial furnishings,...