The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center Is on the campus the the New Hampshire Technical College in Concord, NH. I found it particularly interesting because Christa McAuliffe was a teacher of mine at Concord High School. The museum is a great resource for students, visitors and educators. Here's the address: 2 Institute Drive, Concord, NH 03301 (603) 271-7827
The Aviation Museum of NH. As always, I recommend that you request a tour. There are some amazing stories that you'll miss otherwise. They offer history on planes, certainly, but they include hot air balloon, blimp and so much more. nhahs.org
If you delight at visiting covered bridges, you have come to the right place. There are two covered ridges within a short drive (or walk) from the museum. For more information click on this link: http://traveltips.usatoday.com/way-tour-covered-bridges-new-hampshire-110450.html [photo credit: Jaime Murray]
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The Warner Firemen Museum is located on the lower level of The New Hampshire Telephone Museum and is free with your admission into the telephone museum (donations are happily accepted) Squeezed into a rather small space is a wonderful selection of firemen memorabilia including a few fire trucks - yes - fire trucks. A petite exhibit worth seeing. For more information call The New Hampshire Telephone Museum. The staff is happy to answer your questions: 603.456.2234
The New Hampshire Telephone Museum -wow - request a tour to hear the various stories about the telephone and so much more! If you're interested in telecommunications, this is a must see museum. The curator has filled a large museum space with amazing artifacts from 1878 to the present. Located on One Depot Street in the charming Town of Warner, NH - their website is available so that you can plan your visit.