Introduction to Pelham, New Hampshire
Pelham is in Hillsborough County. The community was originally a part of Old Dunstable. It was separated from Old Dunstable in the year 1741.The town was incorporated in 1746. It got its name from United Kingdom’s Prime Minister, Henry Pelham.
Pelham and nearby Attractions
- American Independence Museum
- Kingston State Park
- Sandown Historical Museum
- Children’s Metamorphosis Museum
- Silver Lake State Park
- Nashua Historical Society Museum
Things To Do In Pelham
While at Pelham, one can visit parks like the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, the Willowdale State Forest and Kingston State Park. One can also plan a trip to museums like the Millyard Museum, the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum, the Whistler House Museum of Art and the Franco-American Museum. Pine Valley Golf Club provides multiple facilities.
Manchester Airport is nearby.
Pelham Higher Education
Facilities for higher education are found at Middlesex Community College, New Hampshire College, Merrimack College and Bentley College.