Jaffrey, New Hampshire

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Jaffrey, New Hampshire, USA

Attractions in Jaffrey, New Hampshire


  • Monadnock Berries 603-242-6417
    545 West Hill Road, Troy, NH 03465
    A pick-your-own blueberry, gooseberry, currant, and raspberry farm. more info

Historic Homes & Buildings

  • Meeting House
    This building was raised the day of the Battle of Bunker Hill. The Bell Tower and spire were added in 1822, and a bell cast by the Paul Revere Foundry was installed in... more info

Historic Sites & Monuments

  • Amos Fortune Grave Site
    Amos Fortune arrived in New England as a slave, but purchased his freedom in 1769. He moved to Jaffrey with his wife Violet (a former slave whom he had purchased) and... more info

  • Buddy Memorial
    Virgo Brandt-Erickson, a Danish sculpture and artist of much talent constructed a plaster image of the "Buddy Memorial" in 1928. He built the memorial out of a stone... more info

  • Cathedral of the Pines 603-899-3300
    10 Hale Hill Road, Jaffrey, NH 03461
    Nearby Rindge
    Cathedral of the Pines is a place of spiritual nourishment for people of all faiths. It is also a national memorial to patriotic sacrifice, a physical declaration that... more info  map

  • Hannah Davis Grave Site
    In the Cemetary Behind the Meeting House
    Hannah Davis (1784-1863) made and sold the country's first wooden bandboxes, covered in colorful papers and used for jewelry, hats and even suitcases. Davis chose the... more info

  • Soldiers Rock
    Route 124, Jaffrey, NHOn Mountain Road West of Monadnock
    On one expedition through Jaffrey during the Revolutionary war, it is said on the authority of old families in the neighborhood, a company camped for the night on the... more info

  • Willa Cather Grave Site
    The Author Willa Cather (1873-1947) spent the fall months in Jaffrey from 1917 until 1940. She completed "My Antonia" here and wrote portions of many other books. She... more info

Museums & Galleries

  • Melville Academy 603-532-7455
    Jonas Melville and friends funded this private, co-educational High School. It closed as a private institution in 1859 but reopened as a town school in 1863 and remained... more info


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