Strawbery Banke interprets nearly four centuries of historical gardens, some on their original plots, and is recognized as one of just four sites in the world teaching about change over time in the landscape. Gardens include a colonial kitchen garden, Victorian ornamental plantings, a Colonial Revival garden and hemlock grove, a Ukrainian immigrant’s vegetable garden, a 1943 Victory Garden and chicken coop, and several heirloom apple orchards. Click here for details on each of the gardens.
A cultural, community and economic initiative to restore and lease underutilized properties at Strawbery Banke Museum in the historic center of downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Port of Portsmouth
New maritime exhibit in the Montrone Family Gallery in the Yeaton House.