Tour: Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum & NH Telephone Museum, Warner

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Date(s) - 02/18/2020
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Tour Date: February 18, 2020 (sign ups open January 14, 7am)

Time: 10am–3pm

Eligibility: All GSAs with at least 12 hours in past 6 months

Hours: GSAs do not earn volunteer service hours for attending tours. You will receive an Enlightenment Education Credit.

Costs: be prepared to purchase lunch on your own (or you can pack a lunch)

Uniform: Full GSA uniform

Address: Starting location will be Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, 18 Highlawn Rd, Warner
Lunch will be on your own at local restaurant
location 2: NH Telephone Museum, 1 Depot Street, Warner NH

# GSAs attending: 25

Gratuities: none, but donations are always gratefully accepted

Description:

Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum
A respect for the earth and all living things is central to the Native American way of life and this is reflected throughout Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum. Situated on 12.5-acres, MKIM is just 1 mile up Kearsarge Mountain Road in Warner, NH. Outdoors you will find the Medicine Wood Trail, the Betsy Janeway Arboretum and activity area with spectacular view of the Mink Hills.

Inside the Museum exhibits allow visitors to travel through time and space – displaying artifacts and presenting information on prehistoric to contemporary Native Americans from every corner of the North American continent. MKIM is always adding to and changing exhibits. This, along with workshops, lectures and special events, gives visitors a reason to return often. MKIM – one circle, 1000 stories. Experience it!

NH Telephone Museum
We house over 1000 telecommunications-related artifacts, including telephones from all eras, switchboards, tools, telephone booths, and other related items. We start with a 9-minute introductory video and then take the guests on a journey through the evolution of the telephone. Tour includes stories about the controversy behind the invention, the operators, and the undertaker who played a key role in the evolution of the telecom industry.

Food: There will be snacks provided at telephone museum. Lunch at local restaurant – on your own.

Difficulty rating: 1 (scale 1-3). Easy, one location, fully handicapped accessible

Parking: free, onsite parking

Websites: www.indianmuseum.org | www.NHTelephoneMuseum.org

Phone: Indian Museum 603-456-2600 | Telephone Museum 456-2234

Photos:


GSAs visited the Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum in 2018. Here are the photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/v5kdgvtr84HmHsUL8


NH Telephone Museum in 2013. Here are the photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/CUn1noF1krfD2vB39