Our Favorite Unique Museums in New Hampshire
As a digitizing and archiving company, we love looking at old photos and videos to see what living was like in different time periods. Visiting museums is another great way to immerse and learn about the past. The Granite State offers a variety of unique experiences to help you travel back in time.
The telephone has come a long way in just the last decade. Learn about its invention and see what early phone communications looked like at this museum in Warner.
Museum of Dumb Guy Stuff
This obscure display is tucked away in Portsmouth and features comics, train sets, and a variety of pop culture memorabilia.
American Classic Arcade Museum
Located in Laconia, this museum houses hundreds of classic arcade games. The best part? They’re all in working order and available to play.
Woodman Institute Museum
This museum in Dover hosts a variety of colonial artifacts and includes one of the oldest houses in New Hampshire under its care.
Castle in the Clouds
Overlooking the scenic Lake Winnipesaukee, this historical mansion was built in the early twentieth century and is now a popular resort and tourist destination.
The Frost Place
This modest house in Franconia advertises as a sanctuary for writers. This living place of Robert Frost displays poems, first editions, and memorabilia of the great writer.
Glidden Toy Museum
A personal collection of antique toys convene in this unique 1800’s plank house in Ashland.
Mount Washington Observatory Museum
Learn about the science of weather while on top of a mountain with hands-on exhibits on climate in North Conway.
Ever wondered what it would be like to be in a submarine? You don’t even have to leave New Hampshire, there is one to explore right in Portsmouth.
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