New Castle, NH Historical Society
New Castle Historical Society
April: John Walbach Book
May 18: Rodney Rowland, Keeping History Above Water [zoom presentation]
June 5: Saturdays through Labor Day Guided Village Walking Tours; 11:00am
July: Great Island Boat Hunt
August 10: Fishing, Carol White; 7:00pm
September 28: The Marvin Family, Jerry Marvin; 7:00pm
October 12: Lobstering, Brooks Kennedy, Mike Flanagan; 7:00pm
November 9: Annual Meeting: Growing up in New Castle; 7:00pm
Museum is now open for visitors
Come Visit Us Today!
Saturday, from 12:30-3:00. It will also be open on Wednesdays from 1-3.
The Saturday openings are throughout the summer. The Wednesday openings are year round.
Welcome to the New Castle Historical Society’s website. Here you will learn about the history of New Hampshire's oldest island village, New Castle--also known as Great Island. Our online catalog allows you to access our rich history through historical documents and photos. Check out our vibrant schedule of lectures and exhibits. Research the forts and lighthouses that compose our harbor defense system. Come to the museum and enjoy hands-on experiences in volunteer opportunities with artifacts and documents dating back to the 1600s. We are also the last stop on the newly created New Castle walking tour. Maps are available at the museum.
Growing Up in New Castle
Please Join us for our final program for 2021!
November 9, at 7:00
Here is an interview done by the Granite State Ambassadors with our Board Member, Carol White, talking about the Forts Stark and Constitution, Walbach Tower and the Historical Society Village Walking Tours.