The Fort at No. 4 is an Independent Open-Air Museum and Historic Landmark. The museum's focus is on the multi-cultural, multi-layered and complicated life in the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River during the 18th century. A number of platforms are used to engage visitors in the culturally rich life at the edge of the woods including: living history; reenactments; static display; classes; walking tours; festivals; and presentations.
The museum is a private, non-profit organization.
From I-91 take Exit 7; head east on VT RT 11; cross bridge onto NH RT 11 (Springfield Road); museum is on the right (west) side about 1/4 mile.
A busy summer is heading our way...
A couple great events in August
New London Hospital Days
League of NH Craftsmen Fair at Mount Sunapee
The LSRCC has begun a NEW membership year! This means new plans in the works for this coming year for all our members! We love being able to connect with small, medium and large businesses throughout the year BUT it's even more fun when they join the Chamber community and family of leaders!