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Association for Rollinsford Culture & History

in Attractions & Landmarks by Julia Roberts

The Colonel Paul Wentworth House is located at 47 Water Street in Rollinsford, New Hampshire. We are open in the summer as well as for programs and activities. See the calendar for details.

47 Water Street Rollinsford, New Hampshire, United States 03869

phone: view phone(603)742-4747

w: paulwentworthhouse.org

e: paulwentworthhouse@gmail.com

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Canterbury Shaker Village

in Attractions & Landmarks by Canterbury Shaker

Canterbury Shaker Village is dedicated to preserving the 200-year legacy of the Canterbury Shakers. Visitors learn about the life, ideals, values, and history of the Canterbury Shakers through tours, programs, exhibits, research, and publications.

288 Shaker Road Canterbury, New Hampshire, United States 03224

phone: view phone603-783-9511

w: shakers.org

e: info@shakers.org

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Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse

in Attractions & Landmarks by Dan Sanders

The Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse is a major attraction for visitors to Cape Cod. It sits 120 feet above the ocean in the Highlands of Truro. Its beam shines 174 ft. above sea level to give mariners warning of the treacherous sandbars off shore.

PO Box 1123 Truro, Massachusetts, United States 02666

phone: view phone508.487.1121

fax: view fax508.487.1121

w: capecodlight.org

e: highlandlight@earthlink.net

Every year, "Broadway Goes to Summer" at the Cape Playhouse, the country’s oldest professional summer theatre. The Cape Playhouse offers fabulous musicals, comedies, and dramas with Broadway, television, and film stars, as well as Children's Theatre!

820 Route 6A PO Box 2001 Dennis, Massachusetts, United States 02638

phone: view phone877-385-3911

fax: view fax508-385-8162

w: http://capeplayhouse.com

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Captain's Cove Seaport

in Attractions & Landmarks by Captain's Cove

Captain’s Cove Seaport is one of Connecticut’s premier tourist attractions and seaport complexes. Located on Historic Black Rock Harbor, we are an active maritime and amusement center.

1 Bostwick Avenue Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States 06605

phone: view phone203-335-1433

w: captainscoveseaport.com

e: info@captainscoveseaport.com

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Castle in the Clouds

in Attractions & Landmarks by Castle Clouds

Historic House Museum, hiking trails, lunch at The Carriage House and horseback riding from our mountain top estate.

Route 171, 455 Old Mountain Road Moultonborough, New Hampshire, United States 03254

phone: view phone603-476-5900

fax: view fax603-476-2512

w: www.castleintheclouds.org

e: info@castleintheclouds.org

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Cathedral of the Pines

in Attractions & Landmarks by Cathedral Pines

Situated on a hilltop with a panoramic view of the Grand Monadnock, the Cathedral of the Pines is a breathtaking open-air cathedral and meeting space on 236 acres.

10 Hale Hill Road Rindge, New Hampshire, United States 03461

phone: view phone603-899-3300

fax: view fax603-899-3311

w: cathedralofthepines.org

e: info@cathedralofthepines.org

Public cruises aboard the RiverQuest, a friendly eco-tour vessel. As you cruise on the beautiful lower Connecticut River, your captain and crew will provide light narration about the river history, landmarks, geology, and wildlife.

Eagles Landing State Park 1 Marine Park Haddam, Connecticut, United States 06437

phone: view phone(860) 662-0577

w: http://www.ctriverquest.com

e: ctriverquest@gmail.com

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Dorothy Whitfield Historic Society

in Attractions & Landmarks by Hyland House

A living museum of colonial life and architecture, operated by the Dorothy Whitfield Historic Society at 84 Boston Street, a few steps east of the green in Guilford, CT.

Box 229 Guilford, Connecticut, United States 06437

phone: view phone203-453-9477

w: hylandhouse.com/

e: info@hylandhouse.com

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Emily Dickinson Museum

in Attractions & Landmarks by Jane Wald

Lifelong home of one of America's pre-eminent poets where she wrote nearly 1800 poems.

280 Main Street Amherst, Massachusetts, United States 01002

phone: view phone413-542-8161

w: emilydickinsonmuseum.org

e: info@emilydickinsonmuseum.org

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