In the southeast of the state, developing from a 1722 settlement around Amoskeag Falls on the Merrimack River, New Hampshire’s capital is also its most biggest city, with a population of nearly 113,000 and a high liveability ranking among U.S. cities, and the red-brick textile mills which once powered Manchester’s economy for most of its history are now home to, among other things, restaurants and museums – most notably the Millyard Museum, which covers the region’s earliest history up through the era of the textile mill (of which by the way you can see a scale model built in three million Lego bricks at nearby See Science Center).

Read more about Manchester and beyond in my post
New Hampshire Is Classic New England.

Greater Manchester Chamber - NH


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