Historic House Season:
Strawbery Banke Museum’s nearly 10-acre campus, including the historic buildings and historical gardens, is open daily, 10 AM - 5 PM. Tickets are valid for TWO consecutive days. Click here to plan a visit. 

Fairy House Tours:
Tour more than 250 fairy houses and explore the enchanted gardens and landscapes of Strawbery Banke, Historic New England's Governor John Langdon House, and Prescott Park on September 24 & 25. Fairy House Tour tickets also include access to the historic houses and grounds at Strawbery Banke. Click here to learn more. 

Vintage & Vine Online Auction:
Browse, bid on, and buy unique items and experiences in the Vintage & Vine Online Auction, which runs Friday, September 2 at 10 AM through Sunday,  September 25, 2022, at 6 PM. Click here to learn more. 

Homeschool Programs:
Strawbery Banke welcomes families to step into the past in-person and virtually for learning and discovery in the historic neighborhood of Puddle Dock. Click here to learn more.

Ghosts on the Banke:
Public ticket sales begin on Monday, September 26, 2022,  at 10 AM for Strawbery Banke's family-friendly Halloween and trick-or-treat event. Last year's event sold out. Click here for more information.  

A place to learn,

A place to gather,
A place to preserve.

Strawbery Banke Museum, in the heart of historic downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire, is an authentic nearly 10-acre outdoor history museum dedicated to bringing 300+ years of American history in the same waterfront neighborhood to life. The Museum is a place for children, adults, multigenerational families, and groups to gather to explore eight heritage gardens, historic buildings, and traditional crafts, preservation programs, hands-on activities, the stories told by costumed roleplayers, and the changing exhibits that offer hours of fun and discovery. The Museum's restored buildings and open space invite visitors to immerse themselves in the past, using objects from the museum's collection of 30,000 artifacts, and the histories of the families who lived and worked in the Puddle Dock neighborhood to engage, educate, and entertain.