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Internationally-known non-profit museum and national historic landmark founded in 1969 to preserve the heritage of the Canterbury Shakers. Seasonal tours, exhibits, workshops and special events.

Non-profit fine craft organization, with exhibition gallery, permanent collection museum and craft education classes at headquarters with rental space available.

Online shopping available.

Owned by Longyear Museum, this mid-19th century house was the residence of the discoverer, founder, and leader of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, from 1889 to 1892.

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is a science museum dedicated to NH space pioneers Christa McAuliffe and Admiral Alan Shepard. It specializes in astronomy, aviation, Earth and space science and has indoor and outdoor interactive science and engineering exhibits, a planetarium, observatory, cafe, science store and free parking. Open daily 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. plus 1st Friday night each month, 6:30-9:30 pm. during summer and school vacations (Feb vacation, spring vacation, Christmas vacation); open Friday through Sunday during non-vacation weeks in the fall, winter and spring, plus 1st Fridays 6:30-9:30 pm. Closed New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving & Christmas.

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. Baskets, pottery, beads and quill work, archaeological artifacts. Contemporary arts gallery. Hands on activities. Outdoor nature trail. Museum store.

Nature Discovery Center is a federally registered unique non-profit hands-on family nature center, located located at 18 Highlawn Road, Warner, across from the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum. Group rate admission.


Due to COVID-19, please call 822-2334 or email, for more information.

An independent statewide membership organization, founded in 1914, with four nature centers throughout the state. Protecting NH’s natural environment for wildlife and for people. Their expert educators give programs to children, families, and adults at centers and in schools. Staff biologists and volunteers conduct bird conservation efforts such as the Peregrine Falcon restoration.

The New Hampshire Historical Society is the premier organization saving, preserving, and sharing Granite State history. The Society's 1911 headquarters building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is home to exhibitions about New Hampshire's history, art, and culture. Current exhibitions showcase more than two hundred objects, photographs, and documents, including Native American artifacts; items from the Revolutionary period through the Civil War and World War II; the original 1818 eagle that once sat atop the state capitol; portraits of notable New Hampshire residents such as Franklin Pierce and Daniel Webster; early furniture, silver, and other decorative arts; 19th-century White Mountain landscape paintings; and memorabilia from New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primaries. 

The museum functions as an educational institution displaying racing cars and motorcycles, driver helmets, uniforms, trophies and photography. Open limited Saturdays in winter. Please call ahead.

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