New Hampshire is full of historic homes, and we all love touring them, ogling the decorations and architecture, and imagining life inside. After a while, though, all of the colonial homes and ship-builders mansions can start to blend together a bit. If you’re looking tor a home tour that’s totally unique, you have to check out the one home in New England designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright that’s open to the public. It’ll knock your socks off!
The Zimmerman House is located at 223 Heather Street in Manchester, but to tour it you’ll need to start at the Currier Museum of Art at 150 Ash Street. Advance reservations for tours are required – visit the museum’s website to book yours!
Looking for more Granite State history? Check out this town that’ll take you back in time.
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