The Bridges House

The home of New Hampshire’s governor, its people, and its history.
We're getting ready to celebrate 50 years of The Bridges House! Stay tuned for event details!

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Tours and Events at The Bridges House

The Bridges House is available for use by community organizations, non-profits, businesses, and other groups looking to host an event in a unique and historic setting. Friends of Bridges House also offers tours of the property to small groups on a scheduled basis.

If you are interested in holding an event at the Bridges House or booking a tour of the property, please contact Rhonda Hensley in the Governor’s Office at (603) 271-2121.

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Dan Brown Origin

A Conversation With Dan Brown
March 17, 2019 ~ 2 - 4 PM

For more details & tickets on Eventbrite!

 

"Origin" Book Club on March 14th at 6:30 PM!

This FREE book club event will take place at The Bridges House on March 14th at 6:30 PM. This book club get-together hosted by First Lady Valerie Sununu is open to anyone who would like to discuss "Origin" before the Dan Brown event.

This event will be an excellent opportunity to arrange a list of questions we can send to Dan Brown in advance of his visit to The Bridges House on March 17th.

SPACE IS LIMITED for this FREE BOOK CLUB get-together and an RSVP IS NEEDED TO ATTEND! Please RSVP by Friday, March 8th to Rhonda Hensley by email or phone: Rhonda.Hensley@nh.gov or (603) 271-2121.

 

EVENTS AT THE BRIDGES HOUSE - GENERAL INFORMATION

If you are interested in hosting an event at The Bridges House please contact us as far in advance as possible. All events (ticket sales), house donations, and membership proceeds help aid in future work, education, outreach, and improvements for The Bridges House and its mission. The Bridges House is a non-partisan place and historic home. Senator Bridges wanted this home to be a functioning part of our state and government. His belief was a reflection of his own personality since he was the epitome of grassroots connections; he was an accessible and amiable person, whose door was always open. We invite you to be a part of this endeavor, to help preserve and celebrate history while ensuring The Bridges House remains alive with new events, new visitors, and new stories. Your support and participation are crucial for keeping The Bridges House, the —"People's House"— for all of New Hampshire's residents to experience and enjoy.

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CHECK OUT OUR MEMBERSHIP PAGE...CLICK HERE!

Want to sign up to become a member of The Bridges House at an event? If you prefer the old-fashioned way, we alway have forms available for you to do so.

Contribute to The Bridges House and help preserve a piece of New Hampshire history

The house is listed on both the New Hampshire and National Register of Historic Places.

The photos displayed here represent the way that we hope The Bridges House can look with the help of our donors. The furniture featured in the pictures is, unfortunately, not the property of The Bridges House and was used only for the staging of these photos. We are graciously accepting donations of time-period furniture and historic artwork in order to get the interior of the home looking as elegant as these photographs suggest.

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