The Horatio Colony House Museum is a
stately 1806 Federal house that was the home of
Horatio Colony II, descendent of one of Keene's
prominent industrialist families. The
house features original furnishings and
decorative arts exactly in place, just as when the
family lived here.


The Horatio Colony House Museum is
listed on the New Hampshire
State Register of Historic Places.

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The Horatio Colony Nature Preserve, located
on Daniels Hill Road, is comprised of 645 acres
of woodlands, streams and upland swamps.
Five miles of hiking trails are open to the
public daily from dawn to dusk for nature study
and recreation.

Preview the story of the museum and the nature
preserve on our website. But to truly experience the house
and nature preserve, come and visit both sites in the
historic New England city of Keene, New Hampshire.
Both properties are open to the public free of charge.