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Fort At No 4, Charlestown

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The fort is a nice, well maintained recreation of the actual Fort at Number 4. The admission is reasonable ($10), and the tour guide very knowledgeable. The woman that runs the place is very condescen...  more »
  • Visited The Fort at Number 4 in Charleston, NH, a large fortified homestead along the Connecticut River from the 1740s. It's a reconstruction of the buildings based on archaeological excavations. The ...  more »
  • A short distance off Interstate 89 at Springfield, VT/Charlestown, NH exit to a historically accurate reconstruction of a frontier fort from 1740. Very inexpensive entry fees ($8 for 55+ seniors), thi...  more »
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  • Stunning Fort! I was thoroughly impressed with the detail & effort it must have taken to erect it. It was breathtaking to experience what life must have been like for the originated inhabitants. The staff were extremely knowledgeable, friendly, and professional. The relics & artifacts stored within the fort are also well-worth the visit, to name a few, Native American tools, centuries-old canoe, early western furniture. Yes, we had costumed tour guides, on a non-event day.
  • Well worth the visit. The staff was very helpful and knew not only the history of the settlement but also the surrounding area.
  • They put on a great realistic show, great for kids, adults, and the town of charlestown..
  • History buffs will love this place. Small but packed with a ton of history.
  • Good for kids to visit on field trips.