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Destinations

Visiting Manchester, NH

March-April 2015

The Currier Museum of Art

The Currier Museum of Art

Photograph courtesy of 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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