Introduction to Milford, New Hampshire
The town of Milford was originally a part of Amherst, but separated and established as an independent community in 1794. The town was named because of its abundance of mills in the eighteenth century. The granite industry has made the town famous, and it is often referred to as "The Granite Town in the Granite State."
Milford and nearby Attractions
- Currier Museum of Art
- France - American Center
- Sandown Historical Society Museum
- Clough State Park
- Miller State Park
- SEE Science Center
Things To Do In Milford
Those interested in the area’s history should visit the American Independence Museum, the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum, the Armenian Library and Museum of America, the Peterborough Historical Society Museum and the Nashua Historical Society Museum.
Manchester Airport is nearby.
Milford Higher Education
Fitchburg State College, Middlesex Community College, New Hampshire College and Brandeis University offer courses in higher education.