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Downtown Portsmouth - Historic Sites

Jackson House Jackson House Historic Sites
The Richard Jackson House, built in 1664, is the oldest surviving wood frame house in New Hampshire. (603) 436-3205 Website · Map
John Paul Jones House John Paul Jones House Historic Sites
John Paul Jones stayed in this building while his ships Ranger (1777) and America (1781) were outfitted. Featured in Sears paint commercials, the building has been home to the Portsmouth Historical Society since 1922. 436-8420 Website · Map
Langdon House Langdon House Historic Sites
The Gov. John Langdon House reflects the wealth and position of merchant and patriot leader John Langdon, a delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention. (603) 436-3205 Website · Map
Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden Historic Sites
One of America's finest Georgian mansions, the house was built for merchant John Moffatt in the late 1700s. The spectacularly restored mansion also features an impressive perennial garden. (603) 436-8221 Website · Map
St. John's Episcopal Church St. John's Episcopal Church Historic Sites
One of the state's most historic churches, St. John's stands on a hill overlooking Bow Street. The church houses the oldest operating pipe organ in the U.S. and its bell was captured in the siege of Louisburg in 1745. (603) 436-8283 Website · Map
Wentworth-Gardner House Wentworth-Gardner House Historic Sites
A 2-1/2 story Georgian mansion built around 1760, the Wentworth-Gardner House is now a museum. (603) 436-4406 Website · Map

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