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The Fort at No. 4 Open-Air Museum & Historic Landmark
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The Fort at No. 4 is a Out Door/ Open Air Museum in Charlestown, NH dedicated to bringing the history of the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River to life.
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Encounter the past
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Word count: 730 words, Reading time: 2.9 minutes"The Fort at No. 4 267 Springfield Rd.Charlestown, NH 603.826.5700 Navigation ▼ Home About Us ▼ ▼ Mission Trustees History Nearby Attractions Visit ▼ ▼ Hours and Admission Calendar Directions School Tours Pet Policy Photo Policy Minors Policy Facility Rentals Support ▼ ▼ Friends of the Fort Membership Capital Fund Annual Fund Stockade Brass Plates Volunteer Wish List Harvest Dinner Other Ways to Support Facility Rentals Shop Blog Contact Encounter the past Welcome to The Fort at No. 4 Open-Air Museum & Historic Landmark Travel back in time to Plantation No. 4, once the north-most and west-most town within the British colonies. The Fort at No. 4 is pet friendly. However, your pet needs to be on a leash and under your control at all times. Please remember to clean up behind your pet! "Time Travel" is a phrase we use with some ease here at Old Number 4 Exploring, explaining, and imagining the past so that we may better inform our current and future decisions is the museum's educational pathway. Explore Our Offerings Travel back in time to Plantation Number 4, once the northwestern-most village within the British colonies. Our reconstruction of the village grounds is dedicated to bringing the history of the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River to life through engaging reenactments, educational activities, and one-of-a-kind historical experiences. Township Number 4 (now Charlestown, NH) was the northernmost and westernmost town within the British Colonies in North America from 1735 until 1760. Due to its location at the edge of the woods and the dedication of its townspeople, Number 4 held a distinctive position in the Colonies as well as an unusual relationship with north-eastern Amerindian peoples. Our open-air history museum is dedicated to sharing the conflicts, trials, clashes, and co-mingling of cultures that are so unique to the Upper Valley. We strive to share the complexities of history and demonstrate how the area’s varied inhabitants left an enduring influence on the region. Founded in 1947, our open air museum and historic site continues to delight visitors of all ages who wish to step back in time and experience life as it was for settlers during the Colonial Era. Our grounds faithfully recreate the details of the original structures that existed at the Fort at No. 4 and our volunteer reenactors bring the story to life through engaging demonstrations, hands-on workshops, and informative lectures. Some of our most popular events include our reenactment of the French-Indian War, our Native Legends Storytelling event, and our Women of the Fort weekend. Join a guided tour led by one of our expert docents or meander the grounds on a self-guided tour to step back in time and experience life as it was in an 18th-century fortification. We also offer educational tours for school groups, including interactive learning experiences for homeschooled students that truly bring history to life. We are open seasonally from May through the first weekend of November with a number of special off-season activities to engage and delight our visitors. Be sure to peruse our Calendar of Events to learn what we have in store and consider becoming a Friend of the Fort to take advantage of special discounts and opportunities. And don't forget to leave plenty of time to explore our gift shop! We offer a variety of historical texts, curios, and costume pieces that are sure to delight any history enthusiast. Support the Fort at No. 4 As an independent open-air museum, we are a self-funded 501(c)3 and 509(a)2 non-profit organization that does not receive Federal or State funds so we welcome your support. Learn more about how you can help us further our mission by becoming a sustaining member, contributing to our capital or annual fund, sponsoring a stockade brass plate, joining us for our Harvest Dinner, or becoming a volunteer. Thank you for your interest in keeping the history of the Upper Valley alive. New to Homeschooling? Need some ideas? Let us help! Lesson Ideas Save the Date 2023 Winter Weekend February 18th and 19th Opening Weekend April 29th and 30thSee more upcoming activities. © The Fort at No. 4 The Fort at No. 4 Open-Air Museum & Historic LandmarkP.O. Box 1336 267 Springfield Rd Charlestown, NH 03603 Follow us on social media: Email Signup Sign up for News and Activities. Get directions here. Telephone: (603) 826-5700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Assistance with site design and page updates Web Master, The Fort at No. 4"
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