• 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


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    Sep, 17

  • REGIONAL IMAGES: Photo Exhibit

    199 Main Street,
    Keene, NH 03431 United States

    September 22 @ 11:00 am - November 30 @ 4:00 pm

    An exhibit of local and regional scenes  captured by the camera lenses of the Keene Photography Club. The exhibit can be

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    Oct, 17


    October 21 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

      Come for a hike with Jeff Littleton, adjunct faculty at Antioch University and owner of Moosewood Ecological, LLC.  Jeff will teach


Listed on the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places

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