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Have a Great Vacation on a Bus Rental in Pelham, New Hampshire

A town in Hillsborough County with close to 13,000 residents, Pelham is worth a visit. Ride a bus rental in Pelham, New Hampshire and tour in style!

A bus rental in Pelham, New Hampshire can take you to:

Arts & Culture

Visit the Pelham Historical Society Museum and see the documents, artifacts and exhibits that allow you to learn more about the town's history. While there, you can also visit the Ruth Sherburne Sturrus Art Gallery where you could view the works of local artists.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Pine Valley Golf Links, Inc. has a nine-hole course that measures more than 2,800 yards and has a par of 35. The course has a slope rating of 125 and a rating of 35.0. Pine Valley Golf Links opened in the 1960s.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The Pelham Library and Memorial Building is the only site listed on the National Register of Historic Places for Pelham. The former library includes a single story stone and brick building sports a classical revival structure that was designed by Frederick W. Stickney. The building was built in the 1890s and was used as the town's library until the early part of the 2000s. It is now the headquarters of the Pelham Historical Society.

You can also visit Abbott Bridge, which was built in the 1830s. This is the oldest double arched stone bridge in the state and was restored in the 1990s. Or check out the historic schools including No. 1 Schoolhouse, Gumpus School, Junior High School, and the Ernest G. Sherburne School. Then check out the historic houses in town as well, with most of them built around the 1850s to the 1890s. These include the Joseph Richardson House, the Frank Stickney House, the Russell Richardson House, the Joshua and Daniel N. Atwood House, the Mary Currier Berry House, the Rev. John H. Church House, the Henry A. Jones House, the Arthur Bedard House, the G. Titcomb House, the M. Webster House, the J. P. White House, the H. D. O'Leary House, and the E. Richardson House.

Aside from these you also the historic cemeteries:

  • The Atwood Cemetery
  • The Pelham Center Cemetery
  • The Coburn-Lyon Cemetery
  • The Gumpus Cemetery
  • The North Pelham Cemetery

You should also see the Butler Monument, which was built to honor the town's first settler.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the city's parks where you could get the chance to enjoy the outdoors. Play softball or baseball at the Newcomb Field at Golden Brook Park, or play basketball, softball and other sports at the Dennis P. Lyons Memorial Park where you could also enjoy the skate park and tot lot. You should also go to the George M. Muldoon Park where you have a little league field, a Babe Ruth field, soccer, softball and football fields, a disc golf course, walking path and playground.

You can also go to the Elmer G. Raymond Memorial Park where you can enjoy the multi-purpose field, scout lodge, practice field, hiking trails and two soccer or lacrosse fields. Meanwhile the Veterans Memorial Park also features the Town Beach, a softball field, a summer camp lodge, multi-use field, and basketball and tennis courts.

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