The Meeting House, Home to the Society




To promote the interest in, and the understanding of, the history of the town of Salisbury in the State of New Hampshire.

To collect and preserve objects, facts and information of historical significance to the area, and to make them available to all who wish to examine them.

 Salisbury Historical Society  Incorporated 1966

Just over fifty years ago a small group of people saw fit to make arrangements to preserve the town hearst. From that effort grew a lively Historical Society.

In a short amount of time a Museum grew around it containing many historical objects and displays including an example of a country store and post office.

We hope you will come and visit our Museum.

Museum Hours: Every Saturday until Labor Day, 11 am -2 pm

The Salisbury Historical Society owns the beautiful Baptist Meeting House where concerts and lectures are held as well as historical displays are shown. Among the displays is a unique array of wedding gowns spanning six generations from one family. In summer months we host several programs. Temporarily closed due to a special project.

We also host a annual unique event for the Fourth graders of 3 towns to encourage the love of history. It is called Round Robin Day. Part of our commitment includes a very unusual Cemetery Walk which the children love. The Cemetery Walk is done again in the summer during Old Home  Day.

Our Historical Flags Project consists of 12 earlier American flags  which are flown in 2 locations in town from Memorial Day in late May through Veterans Day in November. 

We welcome all to our programs and encourage you to be become part of our efforts to preserve history and enrich this effort with your interests, energy and talents. For more about how you can be part of preserving our history: ABOUT US

If you have an interest in contributing to our efforts through a financial contribution, we appreciate donations of any amount and we thank you!  

The Salisbury Historical Society in the Digital Age

Welcome to our Website. The website consists of approximately 65 pages of Historical society information and town historical topics as well linked through the menu. For more information on navigating the site:

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