Learn Something New at These 15 New Hampshire Museums
We don't know about you, but we love museums.
Not only are they excellent places to expand one's knowledge of and appreciation for people, places, events, cultures, and objects of the past and present, but there truly is something out there for everyone.
For those with an affinity for art, countless art museums display drawings, paintings, sculptures, architecture, and every other type of visual artwork imaginable. If you've got an appreciation for history, there's museums out there highlighting the stories of countless events, battles, homes, people, and more. Nature-lovers can enjoy museums focused on natural science and the countless organisms that exist in our world. As we all know, there are also educational museums for kiddos that ignite a love of learning in fun and engaging ways.
The world's largest museum complex is undeniably the Smithsonian, situated in the heart of Washington, D.C.. It's comprised of museums like the Museum of American History, the Air and Space Museum, and the Museum of Natural History. But what about up here in New Hampshire, specifically?
Well, we may not be New York, Chicago, or DC, but there are still plenty of museums in the Granite State, and likely several you haven't heard of.
So, let's take a look at 15 of the best museums in New Hampshire.
These Are 15 of the Best Museums in New Hampshire
Let's journey up to Maine and take a look at 20 of the best museums there, according to Tripadvisor.
Maine's Top 20 Museums According to TripAdvisor
Of course, what's a trip down to Boston without a museum visit? Here are some popular options.