Exploring Portsmouth’s Past Guided Tours
Saturday, May 29 – Monday, May 31, 2021; 10 AM – 3:00 PM
90-minute, guided tours departing every 30 minutes. The last guided tour departs at 3 PM. Limited tickets are available for each guided tour. Advanced ticket purchase strongly encouraged.
From early settlement to times of Pandemic and War, explore the resiliency of New Hampshire’s oldest waterfront neighborhood. In this 90-minute guided tour, tour four historic houses, meet a costumed roleplayer, and discover how the Puddle Dock neighborhood evolved in response to economic, social, political, and cultural challenges and changes. From the Industrial Revolution to life on the WWII homefront, uncover the stories behind the families of this community and learn just how much we have in common with the people from Portsmouth’s past.
Museum members: free
Children (ages 5-17) $10
Children (under 5) free, ticket required
COVID-19: All museum visitors are asked to review the museum’s COVID-19 precautions prior to visiting the museum. In order to follow the guidance of the CDC, the NH Department of Health and Human Services, the City of Portsmouth Mask Ordinance, and the Portsmouth Health Officer, all visitors are required to keep a safe distance of at least 6 feet between households at all times and wear a mask covering over mouth and nose.
To comply with physical-distancing guidelines, a limited number of timed tickets are sold for each time slot. Please arrive at the TYCO Visitors Center, 14 Hancock Street, for your tour no earlier than 10 minutes prior.
Cancellation Policy: Due to the limited capacity of this event, there can be no cancellations or refunds.