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Latest News From The Trail

 

NH Heritage Museum Trail looks ahead to 2019

NH Heritage Museum Trail looks ahead to 2019

With 2018 in the proverbial rear-view mirror, Jeff Barraclough, new president of the NH Heritage Museum Trail, said all member institutions are looking forward to a busy 2019 season. “We collectively saw probably more than a quarter million visitors in 2018,” he said....

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NH Heritage Museum Trail Celebrates the Holidays

NH Heritage Museum Trail Celebrates the Holidays

The holidays are a busy time for museums in the Merrimack Valley branch of the NH Heritage Museum Trail, highlighted by Canterbury Shaker Village's Christmas at Canterbury, which take place on Saturdays, December 8 and 15. Designed for families, the events include a...

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Holiday Happenings on NH Heritage Museum Trail

Holiday Happenings on NH Heritage Museum Trail

In the Lakes Region portion of the NH Heritage Museum Trail, Castle in the Clouds will celebrate its popular annual Christmas at the Castle program, which begins on Friday, November 16 with a Preview Party. At this Preview Party, sponsored by Lifetime Benefits Group,...

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A Hidden Gem on the NH Heritage Museum Trail

A Hidden Gem on the NH Heritage Museum Trail

Perhaps most well known for the White Mountains, the Granite State features a unique museum attraction known as the New Hampshire Heritage Museum Trail that is expected to attract 250,000 visitors in 2018. Comprised of 17 museums divided into three branches--Seacoast,...

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The Woodman Offers Unique Glimpse into NH History

The Woodman Offers Unique Glimpse into NH History

Out of more than 15 museums on the New Hampshire Heritage Museum Trail, one of the most unique is The Woodman Museum in Dover, located in the Seacoast region of the state. Founded in 1916 from a trust established by Annie E. Woodman, The Woodman features four historic...

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New Exhibit Opens on the NH Heritage Museum Trail”

New Exhibit Opens on the NH Heritage Museum Trail”

In the Merrimack Valley portion of the NH Heritage Museum Trail, the Millyard Museum recently unveiled a new exhibit, “Manchester and the Great War,” which is open through the end of the year. The exhibit’s run coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Armistice...

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Behind the exhibits on the NH Heritage Museum Trail

Behind the exhibits on the NH Heritage Museum Trail

At any given member institution on the New Hampshire Heritage Museum Trail, visitors are apt to encounter exhibits that touch on art, war, and themes that touch on the urban landscape, agriculture and more. According to Mike Culver, president of The Trail and...

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New exhibit to open at The Currier

New exhibit to open at The Currier

For those looking to explore the Merrimack Valley Region of The New Hampshire Heritage Museum Trail, the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester is currently installing an innovative new exhibit that opens on September 15. Hauling is an installation by Ethan Murrow, a...

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