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Bicentennial Capital Campaign

In this bicentennial year of the Hooper-Trask House (1823), the Museum is introducing new programs and exhibits that give visitors of all ages a vivid encounter with Manchester’s past, including its human stories, its businesses, and its art. One symbol of the many improvements—physical and programmatic—is the proposed restoration of the original portico to the front of the building (as seen in this 1870s photograph).


We hope to raise a bicentennial $200,000 in support of these efforts. A great deal can be accomplished with your help! Please consider making a gift to the Museum’s Bicentennial Capital Campaign, using the secure portal below.

Trask House-10 Union late 1800s (1) (1).TIF
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