Introduction to Hudson, New Hampshire
Hudson was originally a part of the Dunstable Land Grant. It was named Nottingham West in the early 1740s. The town was renamed Hudson in 1830 after the Hudson River. Hudson is home to the Hills Memorial Library, which is one of the oldest public libraries in New Hampshire. The town is located in Hillsborough County, which was founded on March 19, 1771.
Hudson and nearby Attractions
- Musquash Conservation Land
- Alvirne Hills House
- Nashua Historical Society Museum
- Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge
- Lowell National Historical Park
- Harold Parker State Forest
Things To Do In Hudson
A visit to the Nashua Historical Society Museum will provide absorbing insights into the history of the area. The Great Brook Farm State Park, Willard Brook State Forest and the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge provide amenities for several different types of recreational opportunities. One can enjoy shopping at the Hudson Mall Shopping Center. The town also has many houses of worship, including the Hudson Community United Church of Christ, Saint John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church and the First Baptist Church of Hudson.
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is a short distance away.
Hudson Higher Education
The University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Middlesex Community College and New Hampshire College provide facilities for higher education.8