• Our history


  • The house dates to an era when Keene had about 100 homes, a meetinghouse, a courthouse, a jail and a population of approximately 1600 people. Two highways to Boston were in construction; one through Jaffery and Marlborough, the other through Troy and Fitzwilliam. Livestock were allowed to run free on Main Street. The mail was being carried from Boston on a daily stagecoach leaving Boston at 4:00 am and arriving at 8:00 pm. Thomas Jefferson was president. Read More

  • on view


    • Sacred Buddist & Hindu Images

    • Cribbage Boards

    • Inkwells

    • Silver-plate Napking Rings

    • Transfer Ware Platters

EVENTS


  • 06

    May, 17

  • 2017 Quest Fest

    May 6 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Join us for Quest Fest 2017 to explore Keene’s special places and history. A Quest uses maps, riddles and clues to

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Listed on the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places

Received the Campus Compact for New Hampshire President’s Community Partner Award