SHS is the responsible steward of Springfield's legacy by preserving and sharing Springfield's cultural heritage from the beginning through today to ensure current and future generations know, understand and appreciate our history.
Established by the Springfield Historical Society to be awarded to a Springfield high school senior, a present Springfield resident attending a school of further education, or a Springfield resident who has completed the Kearsarge Adult Diploma Program. Applications must be
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Springfield’s heritage is founded on agriculture. The back room of the Museum has a conglomeration of agricultural items but given their importance – the SHS needs a barn to highlight them! l And what better way to bring Springfield’s heritage to life than to
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The museum buildings are open to visitors on weekends from Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Visit us from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Springfield Historical Museum (former Center School) is located at 43 Four Corners Road, Springfield, NH 03284.
We continue to discover treasures of Springfield's heritage as we sift through the collection. Browse here for some of our recent discoveries.