Introduction to Londonderry, New Hampshire
Londonderry was originally known as Nutfield because the area was covered with nut trees. The town was settled in 1718 and chartered in 1722. The town received its name from Northern Ireland's city of Londonderry.
Londonderry and nearby Attractions
- Nashua Historical Society Museum
- Franco - American Center
- Millyard Museum
- Children's Metamorphosis Museum
- Kingston State Park
Things To Do In Londonderry
Shopping centers in the area include Crossroads Mall Shopping Center and Appletree Mall Shopping Center. The Mammoth Green Golf Driving Range provides practice facilities to golfers. Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum, the Children's Museum of Portsmouth, the American Independence Museum, the Museum of New Hampshire History and the Henniker Historical Society Museum may prove interesting to those hoping to learn more about the area’s history.
Manchester Airport offers facilities for air transportation.
Londonderry Higher Education
Nearby institutions of higher education include New Hampshire College, Middlesex Community College, the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, Merrimack College and Bentley College.