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Best Indian Museum we have seen in a long time. Tucked away in a small town but so worth the trip to check it out. They are very friendly people that work there and have so many great Indian exhibits. It is a must see...More
Went during maple weekend, which also had the museum open. Maple weekend is worth going to, but the review will be about the museum itself.
It has a lot of interesting objects. To get the most out of your visit, ask questions of the staff....More
It was a dreary day and so we decided to go and visit a lesser museum or so we thought. Well wowie there is something to be said for these little gems of small museums.
So first of all no problem with my husbands service...More
I have visited this incredible collection of New Hampshire native culture many times and had the pleasure of having the founder Bud Thomson give me a personal tour some years ago. The museum does not just give the attendee the history of the area's Native...More
I accompanied third graders from Nashua on a field trip to the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum. Our tour guide, Jo-Ann, gave an excellent tour. She was very knowledgeable and worked well with the third graders in explaining NH native history. I had never heard about...More
We attended their 17th annual Pow Wow today. It was a wonderful experience for my family. My 6 year old daughter was quite interested and engaged in the whole experience, from watching the ceremonies to the two museums. I wish we visited the Medicinal Woods...More