Portsmouth, New Hampshire is deeply rooted in America’s history. Less than two miles from the Hampton Inn Portsmouth New Hampshire Hotel you will find more than 70 points of historic significance along the Portsmouth Harbour Trail.
The tour begins in Market Square, which has been the economic center of Portsmouth since mid-1700. Along the route, are 10 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, 10 National Historic Landmarks, and three homes maintained by the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities. You’ll travel along Market Street to the South End to State Street, Haymarket Square and Congress Street. You’ll see the famous North Church-towering over the square and visible from most anywhere in the city, snap pictures of Governor John Langdon’s House-a merchant & patriot leader and 3-time governor, and admire South Church-the only granite church in the Portsmouth area. South Church, designed by local architect Jonathan Folsom, was completed in 1862 and has been the design inspiration in other New England churches. History buff or not, this tour will entertain, educate and fascinate and is a ‘must do’ when visiting Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Learn more about the historic Portsmouth Harbour Trail at the official website linked at the bottom of this page.
The Hampton Inn Portsmouth is your ideal choice for overnight lodging no matter what time of year your travels bring you to Portsmouth. We back up our commitment to quality service with the famous 100% Hampton Guarantee. Whether you are traveling for leisure or business purposes, you can always expect to feel right at home with free high-speed internet and Hampton Clean and Fresh bedding, plus our complimentary daily On the House hot breakfast buffet. Relax knowing that your satisfaction is our guarantee!
(Portsmouth Harbour Trail)