Visit The Remains Of A 228-Year-Old Historic Village At The Canterbury Shaker Site In New Hampshire
One of the best ways to understand this state is by learning as much as possible about the people and things that came before us. From buildings to stories that have been passed along, there’s history all around us. And one of the most fascinating parts of the state’s history can be seen at this historic village in Canterbury.
The Canterbury Shaker Village will be offering free outdoor tours twice a day at 11 a.m. and 2. p.m. on Saturdays and Sunday beginning on July 5. There will also be a series of outdoor concerts beginning in July with a suggested donation is $10. You can keep track of their opening hours through the official National Park Service website. You can also follow the village on Facebook. They can be reached on 603-783-9511.
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