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Special Exhibit: “Who Wore It? The Forensics of a Dress”

This exhibit showcases 200 years of dresses worn by remarkable women from Manchester’s past. These matriarchs lived incredible lives as leaders, doctors, teachers, activists, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and homemakers.

War of 1812 American Girl Tea Party

Millyard Museum

Bring your doll and join us for a special program at the Millyard Museum through the eyes of an American Girl. Followed by a tea party with refreshments and crafts.

Walking Tour of Pine Grove Cemetery

Join us for a walking tour of Manchester’s Pine Grove Cemetery. Manchester Historic Association staff will guide visitors through the cemetery, visiting the graves of many interesting individuals from Manchester’s past, including philanthropist Frank P. Carpenter, Broadway star Betty George, Amoskeag Steam Fire Engine Inventor Nehemiah Bean, composer Alonzo Elliot, Civil War surgeon Esther Hill Hawks, and four New Hampshire governors.

Murder and Mayhem: A Manchester Game of Clue

Join us at the Millyard Museum for a fun evening of intrigue, murder, and mayhem: A Manchester Game of Clue, featuring 3 distinct historic Manchester murders.
Partnering once again with the Majestic Theater, come experience a first person reenactment of the events as they unfolded right here in our fair Queen City. Can you solve the case of the Chauffeur in the Kitchen with the poison? How about the Barkeep in the Woods with the Knife?