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Destinations

Visiting Manchester, NH

March-April 2015

The Currier Museum of Art

Learn about the art, history, and eclectic restaurants of Manchester, NH in “Manchester, Redux."

Destinations

America’s Credit Union Museum
603-629-1553
www.acumuseum.org

Ash Street Inn
603-668-9908
www.ashstreetinn.com

Aviation Museum of New Hampshire
(at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport)
603-669-4820
www.nhahs.org

Currier Museum of Art
603-669-6144
www.currier.org

Manchester Historic Association and Millyard Museum
603-622-7531
www.manchesterhistoric.org

Palace Theatre
603-668-5588
www.palacetheatre.org

Scouting Museum
603-669-8919
www.scoutingmuseum.org

SEE Science Center
603-669-0400
www.see-sciencecenter.org

The Zimmerman House
603-669-6144
www.currier.org/collections/zimmerman-house

 

Restaurants

Café Momo
603-623-3733
www.cafemomonh.com

Chez Vachon
603-625-9660
www.cafevachon.com

Cotton
603-622-5488
www.cottonnh.com

Firefly
603-935-9740
www.fireflynh.com

Hanover Street Chophouse
603-644-2467
www.hanoverstreetchophouse.com

Lala’s Hungarian Pastry
603-647-7100
http://lalasnh.com/Lala_s_Hungarian_Pastry_S2C.html

Mint Bistro
603-625-MINT
www.mintbistronh.com

The Puritan Backroom
603-669-6890
www.puritanbackroom.com

Red Arrow Diner
603-626-1118
www.redarrowdiner.com

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Hands pouring steeped golden-colored tea from a ceramic pot

Enjoying the art of making and drinking tea, here featuring Ceylon and “Black & Green” leaves from MEM Tea

Photograph courtesy of MEM Tea

Steeped

The stein-laden mahogany back bar, and original 1935 booths at the landmark restaurant The Student Prince

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Photograph courtesy of The Student Prince

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