Museums

Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum

Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum

A respect for the earth and all living things is central to the Native American way of life and this is reflected throughout Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum. Situated on 12.5-acres, MKIM is just 1 mile up Kearsarge Mountain Road in Warner, NH. Outdoors you will find the Medicine Wood Trail, the Betsy Janeway Arboretum and activity area with spectacular view of the Mink Hills. Inside the Museum exhibits allow visitors to travel through time and space - displaying artifacts and presenting information on prehistoric to contemporary Native Americans from every corner of the North American continent. MKIM is always adding to and changing exhibits. This, along with workshops, lectures and special events, gives visitors a reason to return often. MKIM - one circle, 1000 stories. Experience it!
Location: 18 Highlawn Rd | Warner, NH 03278
Phone: (603) 456-2600
Muster Field Farm Museum

Muster Field Farm Museum

250 Acres of Fields and Woods, Fruit, Flower & Vegetable Gardens, Seasonal Events, Hiking, Ski Touring & Snowshoeing. Open daily year-round.
Location: Harvey Rd | North Sutton, NH 03260
Phone: (603) 927-4276
Montshire Museum of Science

Montshire Museum of Science

The Montshire Museum of Science is a nationally recognized, hands-on museum in Norwich, Vermont. Sited on 110 acres near the Connecticut River, the museum offers over 150 exhibits on nature, technology, astronomy, and the physical sciences. The exhibits and programming foster interactive discovery for people of all ages, and the unique riverfront setting fosters deep creative learning in the physical and natural world. Explore Montshire`s indoor and outdoor exhibits.
Location: One Montshire Road | Norwich, VT 05055
Phone: (802) 649-2200
The Ice House Museum

The Ice House Museum

Come and explore Bill Kidder`s special collection of automobiles and Americana. The Ice House Museum offers a memorable, hands-on experience for visitors of all ages, including Antique Ford automobiles, children`s ride-on toys, steam whistles, padlocks, washing machines, auto parts, horse-drawn carriages, a town jail, a blacksmith shop, a tinsmith shop, and so much more. Opens May 26th and runs through October 10th.
Location: 91 Pleasant Street | New London, NH 03257
Phone: (603) 526-9394
New London Historical Society

New London Historical Society

A collection of historical exhibits depicting 19th century life in the New London area. Most of the structures on the property were built in the early to mid-1800s. The Meeting House, Hearse House, and Violin Shop are modern reproductions. The Transportation Building is a climate-controlled museum opened in 2001. The New London Historical Society is open Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. They host events for groups of all ages throughout the summer. Visit the website to view a complete list of seasonal events.
Location: 179 Little Sunapee Rd | New London, NH 03257
Phone: (603) 526-6564
Bell Cove Caboose Museum

Bell Cove Caboose Museum

Also known as "The Newbury Caboose," the landmark is situated right off of route 103 on the shores of Lake Sunapee. It is the site of the former Newbury Station that was in operation from the 1870`s to the 1950`s and helped bring tourism and vacationers to the Lake Sunapee region. A short walk from Newbury Harbor, there is plenty of picnic space with pleasant lake views. The museum is open from late May to mid-October, weekends from 10 am - 3 pm.
Location: NH Route 103 | Newbury, NH 03255
The Hood Museum of Art

The Hood Museum of Art

The Hood Museum dates back to 1772, with the current building opening in 1985. It houses one of the largest cultural exhibitions in the country -- over 65,000 pieces of art and artifacts from all over the world. Nestled in the Upper Valley`s Darmouth campus, this museum is an unparalleled learning experience for the entire family.
Location: 6 E Wheelock St | Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: (603) 646-2808