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Arriving at the Museum

Upon arrival at the museum, please proceed to the ticket booth next to the main gate and Goodwin Garden at 14 Hancock Street. Once you have purchased your tickets, stop to review your site map and daily Visitor's Guide with one of our interpreters who will provide additional information about the historic buildings and grounds and the special activities and tours available for the day.

Admission
General admission tickets are good for two consecutive days. Please feel free to come and go from the museum over the two days of your ticket to best suit your schedule and interests.

Visit Time
Generally, a visit of 1.5 - 2 hours is recommended in order to visit the historic buildings, enjoy the interactive exhibits, and take in the beautiful gardens. Visitors can easily spend the day going through the exhibits and grounds in-depth as well. Visitors are encouraged to go through the museum at their own pace and refer to the Visitors Guide to choose the exhibits and areas of the museum that are of greatest interest to them. The museum’s friendly staff is always happy to suggest exhibits as well.

During the months that schools are in session, the museum is generally busier in the morning hours when school groups are visiting. Afternoons are generally an excellent time to visit the museum if you are looking to avoid crowds.

Museum Accessibility
Strawbery Banke Museum strives to make its grounds, exhibits, and programs accessible to everyone, wherever possible, with understandable limitations given the historic nature of the buildings and grounds. For more information about the accessibility of the museum, please contact Visitor Services at 603-433-1110.

For Your Comfort
The weather in NH is ever-changing. Please check the weather for the day of your visit and plan accordingly. The museum is close to the waterfront and the sea breeze can lower the temperature by 5 – 10 degrees from inland temperatures. The historic houses are not heated or cooled and temperatures inside the houses are generally consistent with the temperatures in the outdoors. Comfortable walking shoes are also encouraged as the exhibits are spaced throughout the 10-acre site over varied terrain.

For the Comfort and Safety of All Museum Visitors:
* Pets are not allowed on Museum grounds during the Museum's operating hours. Service animals are permitted.
* Alcohol, tobacco and firearms are permitted on Museum grounds at the sole discretion of Management.
* Smoking is prohibited on Museum grounds.
* Please do not eat the plants in the gardens.
* Food and beverages are prohibited in the exhibit buildings.


Photography and Videotaping

You are welcome to bring your camera to capture the beauty of the grounds and the exterior of the buildings. Flash photography and tripods are not permitted inside any of the historic buildings.

 

 
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