Few People Know The Oldest Murals In America Are Hiding Right Here In New Hampshire
New Hampshire is full of so many historic treasures that it’s easy to take them for granted — so it’s important to stop every once in a while and remember that we are truly lucky to live in a part of America that has seen, and been part of, so many remarkable moments in time. It’s a lot easier to keep that in mind if you explore historic sites, and there’s one remarkable home in Portsmouth that hides an incredible, and mysterious, artistic treasure that you’re sure to awe.
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The Warner House’s main season for tours runs June through October, though out-of-season tours can be scheduled on request. For more details and additional history of the house, visit the Warner House Association’s website.
If you love New Hampshire’s old homes and estates, you’re sure to love these gorgeous gardens.