Strawbery Banke Museum
14 Hancock St.
For more than 300 years people lived and worked in the neighborhood known as Puddle Dock, today Strawbery Banke Museum. On this ten-acre site, one hour north of Boston, the houses, shops, taverns and gardens continue to tell the stories of the generations who called this neighborhood home for almost four centuries of New England history.
Through restored furnished houses, exhibits, period gardens, historic landscapes and costumed role players Strawbery Banke presents the story of the people who settled in Portsmouth, New Hampshire from the late 17th century to the mid-20th century.
The Museum Shop supports Strawbery Banke’s educational activities by offering reproductions, books and other items related to the Museum’s narrative of the neighborhood’s evolution from 1690 to the 1950s.
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