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Heritage New Hampshire, located in Glen, is a walk-through theatrical adventure that depicts New England life and progress from its Colonial beginnings to twenty-first century innovation. Heritage-NH offers 25 theatrical sets, audio-visial and special effects and costumed characters and guides along this 90 minute to two-hour tour.

Originally opened in July of 1976, this attraction is available to visitors from Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day each year.

They offer school tours and is wheel chair accessible in their Lobby, Farm Kitchen, the 1803 Barn, Train, Gift Shop and restrooms. Their group tours can be made up of 25 guests or more and can include a specially prepared box lunch all at a reasonable price.

Also initiated by the founder of Heritage-NH, visitors will enjoy nearby Flying Yankee, one of only three articulated Streamliner trains ever built.

Location: Route 16, Glen New Hampshire 03838 Telephone 603-383-418

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