Introduction to Epping, New Hampshire
Originally a part of Exeter, the settlement of Epping began as early as 1710. It was granted a charter by Jonathan Belcher in 1741, the Governor of Massachusetts. It was officially incorporated as a town before the separation of New Hampshire from Massachusetts. It was named after Epping Forest, a suburb in London, England.
Epping and nearby Attractions
- Epping Historical Society Museum
- The Leddy Center
- American Independence Museum
- Pawtuckaway State Park
- Hampton Beach State Park
Things To Do In Epping
Epping has a number of recreational and historic sites. The Epping Historical Society Museum offers visitors a chance to learn about the social and cultural history of the area. At the Leddy Center, a wide range of concerts and plays are held regularly.
Air transportation is available from Pease International Airport.
Epping Higher Education
The University of New Hampshire, Northern Essex Community College, Merrimack College and New Hampshire College are all nearby.