Holiday Open House Sunday, December 7, 11:30 am – 3:30

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Take a step back in time to enjoy the pleasures of a small town holiday on the grounds of the New London Historical Village & Museum. Visit the Village and enjoy strolling musicians and mini-concerts. Stop by the Meeting House for refreshments while children create holiday crafts. Shop at the General Store for baked goods and gift items. At the Scytheville House the hearth will glow with hot coals for cooking a traditional Sunday meal – sampling a must! Bring your camera and snap a photo with Santa in a historic sleigh for a holiday keepsake. And of course, review the Silent Auction offerings and bid on a variety of antiques, collectibles and favorite items.

Founded in 1954, the New London Historical Society is a non-profit volunteer organization committed to preserving and presenting the early history of the New London, New Hampshire area.

The society’s collection includes a small village of 19th century buildings, over two dozen horse-drawn vehicles, and thousands of other artifacts reflecting everyday life in rural New Hampshire.

Members and friends provide financial support for vehicle conservation, building restoration, maintenance, and education programs.

Our year-round activities include dessert & lecture socials, school visits, a holiday open house in early December, and other special events and exhibits. All are open to the public.