The Fort at No 4 Museum

Charlestown, NH

Where are we going?

The Fort at No 4 Museum
267 Springfield Road
Charlestown
NH
03603

603 826 5700

What is there to do?

Who loves history? Isn't it fascinating! Well, what if there was a place where you could actually re-live history, and feel in person what it's like to live in the past?

Welcome to The Fort at No. 4 Museum! This Charlestown attraction will take you back to the 1740s, where you can explore an authentically reconstructed fortified settlement. How cool is that!

Plantation No. 4 was once the northwestern most village within the British colonies. Pretty impressive! The gran was bought in 1735, and then in 1740 it was settled by a numer of families, who made the journey to the area to settle. These families built homes, and ran businesses, and set up sawmills, doctors, stores and more. 

Now, you can see what life was like! The Fort at No. 4 Museum lets you explore a number of sights that will allow the kids imagination to really take them back in time. You can explore the house of Lt. Parker who was one of the first to arrive, and learn all about "lean-to's" which were used by families whose homes were located outside of the stockade area. 

You can explore The Great Chamber where town meetings were held, and even see the Watch Tower which give some pretty amazing views. 

There are also some fun events at The Fort at No. 4 Museum, including the Harvest Dinner, Blacksmith Weekens and Native Heritage Weekends!

So put down those history books and go out and LIVE history at this fascinating New Hampshire attraction! 

How much does it cost?

Adults: $10

Children: $6 - $8

Discount: Seniors $8

Free Under: 5 years.

LAST UPDATED 2016

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff about accessibility or if you have any disabilities and have a query

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When can we go?

10am - 4:30pm daily. 3:30pm close Sundays.

early May to early November

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Any top tips?

Allow a few hours to see everything, and don't miss the events calendar to make sure you can add the dates to the diary!

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