Windham New Hampshire is one of the most picturesque places in New England. One of the reasons for this is that it has a rich history and the history is displayed in the great number of beautiful churches that dot the landscape.
Windham has two small towns, Berwick and Windham. Windham New Hampshire is divided into three towns. These towns are Windham, Moultonborough, and Tolland.
Of course, the town of Windham is where most of the action takes place. That is the reason why it is called "Waverly" after the place where it was first settled.
The historical landmark is the Tolland Museum. It was dedicated to the town's namesake and the town of Tolland.
The museum tells the history of the area and the Native Americans who lived there before the settlers came. In fact, it was named after one of the places where the first settlers arrived.
Other popular sights include the Windham Museum in Tolland. This was once the train depot for the town.
There are also a lot of local attractions and sights in the area. To name a few of these sights are the Moses Fuller Nature Center, Horton Hill State Park, the Windham Museum, and the Windham Home Farms.
Horton Hill State Park is one of the oldest areas in Windham. This area is well maintained and it is an excellent place to walk in.
There are also a Lake and a shoreline for visitors to be able to see the lake and to have the area on their site. This is part of what makes the area so desirable.
If you like sports, the Windham Amateur Athletic Association is the place to be. This is where people can go to get some exercise and enjoy some time outdoors.
The Moultonborough Yacht Club is another spot for boating. It has two catamarans that are great for a bit of fishing as well.
Distance from Windham, NH to Boston, MA There are 32.90 miles from Windham to Boston in southeast direction and 39 miles (62.76 kilometers) by car, following the I-93 S route. Windham and Boston are 45 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop.
Distance from Nashua, NH to Windham, NH There are 8.64 miles from Nashua to Windham in northeast direction and 10 miles (16.09 kilometers) by car, following the NH 111 route. Nashua and Windham are 15 minutes far apart, if you drive non-stop.
DescriptionWindham is a suburban town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 13,592 at the 2010 census. The estimated population in 2018 was 14,747. Wikipedia