A National Historic Landmark open to the public since 1912
Welcome! The Moffatt-Ladd House & Garden (1763),one of America's finest Georgian mansions, and home of two declarations of independence, invites you to explore history in its beautifully furnished authentic interiors, stroll in its elegant gardens, and attend our many events. We will be closed for the season following the Celebration of Wreaths & Trees, Nov. 18-20. Regular house tours will resume June 1, 2017.Please check our Events Calendar page for special events, special hours, and early closings for private events or call (603) 430-7968 or (603) 436-8221.
See Events Calendar page for more information on 2016 Celebration of Wreaths & Trees, Nov. 18-20!! Join us for this delightful display of wreaths, trees, and installations decorated by more than 85 area businesses, organizations, and individuals. Hours: Friday Nov. 18, 5-8PM; Sat-Sun Nov. 19-20, 2-8PM. Tickets: $5 for adults, children 12 and under FREE.
For a list of participants and sponsors as of November 13 go to our News page. Add your name by contacting us at email@example.com and join the fun!
We're now closed for regular house tours until June 1, 2017.
Tours will be available by appointment starting in early April. Join us for the Celebration of Wreaths and Trees, Nov. 18-20. Please check our Events Calendar page for special events.
If you are interested in booking an event or wedding, group tour, school tour, or would like to know more about our programs, please call the office at (603) 430-7968 or (603) 436-8221. See our Visit and Contact Information page for email addresses, and Wedding and Rentals page for rental information and prices. Arrangements can be made for special group tours, programs, and rentals from April through November. Please contact the office to make your reservation, or to determine if a specific date is available.
The site is owned and operated by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of New Hampshire (NSCDA-NH). Founded in 1891, NSCDA is a women's organization dedicated to educating the public about American history. More than 80 properties nationwide are affiliated with NSCDA and its state societies.
Owned and operated by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of New Hampshire