HISTORICAL SITE DETAILS

Fort at No. 4

Charlestown, New Hampshire

Fort at No. 4 was a distribution center for supplies and a military center for soldiers on their way to battles in Canada. The Fort at No. 4 Living History Museum is a reconstruction of the actual fortified village that originally existed on the site of present day Charlestown, NH. The fort depicts early American Colonial life in and around New England's northernmost outpost from the 1740s to early 1760s. The visitor experiences the stark contrast between modern day living and that of early colonial times. Several programs are offered which provide the reality of "hands-on" versus textbook learning for both child and adult alike.

267 Springfield Road
Charlestown, New Hampshire 03603
(888) 367-8284

Hours of Operation

Open Wednesday through Sunday, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Fort at No. 4
Accomodations
Visitor Experiences

Fort on Site
Gift Shop
Group Tours
Handicap Accessibility
Hiking/Biking Trail
Living History Presentation
Museum
Native American Interpretation
Park/Recreation Area
Reenactments