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HHS YouTube Channel
Containing our popular documentaries
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HHS Event Reminders

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Fall Festival, 2023
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Beachcomber Newspaper Archives

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A collection of 23 years of the Beachcomber Newspaper, digitized and viewable online, encompassing all issues from the years 1936 thru 1965, 4 issues from the 70's, and one from 1999.

All issues are viewable in high resolution, which means you can actually zoom in on the screen and read individual articles.

1938 Pageant Identification Project

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HHS is trying to identify all the people in a panoramic picture of the cast of the Pageant of 1938. Click the image above for more info about how you can help us in this project.
 

The Tuck Museum is now closed for the winter.
It will reopen Wed. March 13, 2024.

Manning Banner - Prophecy for Hampton
Newly enlarged exhibit for 2024 opening

manning_airplane-icon1.png In the 1930s, Warren H. Manning, a well-known landscape architect, was hired by the town to draw up plans for the beautification, restoration, and advancement of Hampton Beach. It was called the Prophecy for Hampton. Its most visible component to the public was a large banner (12 feet wide) that was used to publicize the renovation proposal.

A newly enlarged exhibit in the main presentation area of the museum shows photos of this banner, and these website pages complement the exhibit with a more detailed view of the banner itself in high resolution, complete with labels. Click here for more info.


gambling NEW!!
HHS Casino Fundraisers - Dates for 2024

You can help us by gambling on HHS-sponsored charitable gaming days at the Ocean Gaming Casino at Hampton Beach. Click here for more info.

Seeking Safe Harbor in Hampton

ssh-poster_vsm.jpg Seeking Safe Harbor in Hampton - Stories of Ships and Shipwrecks, the new exhibit at the Tuck Museum of Hampton History, shows Hampton connections to the sea from its earliest settlers to the ships they built, life-saving stations, lighthouse keepers and the many wrecks that occurred on the coast. Click here for more info.

HHS DVD Documentaries now on YouTube

Flats, Shacks, and Claws DVD Saltmarsh Farming DVD Our 2 documentaries about clamming, lobstering, and fishing; and salt marsh farming are now available for free viewing on our YouTube Channel. Click the individual images at left to go directly to the particular video.

 

1927 Centre School Panorama with Name IDs

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Did anyone in your family attend the Hampton Centre School in 1927? If so, you can probably find their picture (as a kid) within our panoramic picture. We have created a series of web pages that enable you to find people by name in the image. Click here to find out about it.