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Millyard Museum, Manchester

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#10 of 62 in Museums in New Hampshire
History Museum · Hidden Gem · Specialty Museum
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The Millyard Museum is the history museum for Manchester, New Hampshire, operated by the Manchester Historic Association, an independent nonprofit charitable organization. Located at 200 Bedford Street, Manchester, NH (corner of Pleasant Street) - enter from Bedford Street or from Commercial Street
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  • Small, detailed museums are the best! Great timeline of the Manchester mill history , a surprise exhibit by Rogers, and a gift shop with Necco wafers-all wins! Our teenagers found it interesting... 
    Small, detailed museums are the best! Great timeline of the Manchester mill history , a surprise exhibit by Rogers, and a gift shop with Necco wafers-all wins! Our teenagers found it interesting...  more »
  • We enjoyed the exhibits as we were interested in the history of this famous mill. Little kids will not be interested but inquisitive adults will have an opportunity to learn a lot through the well... 
    We enjoyed the exhibits as we were interested in the history of this famous mill. Little kids will not be interested but inquisitive adults will have an opportunity to learn a lot through the well...  more »
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  • For such a small museum there's certainly a wealth to it! I ended up rushing through the end because I didn't plan enough time 😅 There are a LOT of cool old pieces of machinery, documents, etc., to view if that's your thing like me. I will say, despite the fact that there was an elementary school group in who seemed to be having some fun with their designated guides, I wouldn't say it's a particularly exciting place for most children as there isn't a lot that's hands-on/interactive and there are many things not fully protected that they very much shouldn't touch. There is an available audio tour (which the staff informs you of on check-in) that you can listen to for each exhibit for those who have a hard time reading for whatever reason, which is a nice and surprising feature for such a small museum!
  • I decided to visit this museum because I live nearby and wanted to support this non-profit. I ended up staying for 3 hours because there is SO much to see! I had no idea how interesting and entertaining the visit would be. I'll actually be back. I really enjoyed my visit.

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