You must check the hours of operation first because it is mostly a tourist season museum and is closed for the winter to refurbish, prepare new displays and to give the volunteer staff some break time. Mostly under the direction of Catherine Peckett Bigelow with her many volunteers who staff this three room/two building display of memorabilia acquired from many residents and friends, each season a refreshing new and different approach is taken to display the history and artifacts of a small, rural town in north-western New Hampshire. Sugar Hill has been an independent town for just over 50 years, but has a history reaching back into the 1700's. Located beside the Town Hall Offices and across the street from Harmon's Cheese store it is easy to park in our spacious lot and cross over to see the many great offereings in the Cheese Store. Less than two miles to the east is the very popular Polly's Pancake Parlor where pancakes, waffles and many sweets are offered as you sit and take in the scenery afforded by the Franconia Range of the White Mountains, just across the valley. I live "just up the road".
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