Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, all of our programmings has been canceled for 2020, BUT we have other things happening.

The Museum is OPEN by appointment only. We are following the pandemic protocol with masks, social distancing, and everything else. Call 603-444-6435 and listen to the message carefully. The phone rings 5 times before the answering machine picks up.

There are THREE different walking tours available:

[1] The Backside of Main Street: We meet at the Opera House parking lot and start a journey to the early industrial days of Littleton. Hear about who did what, when, and with whom.  While walking along Littleton's beautiful Riverwalk, journey to the 1800s and early 1900s. Cross over the Paddleford Covered Bridge and to the backside of the Thayers Inn. Approximately 90 minutes


[2] Wallace Horse Cemetery and the Glenwood Cemetery: Visit one of the two horse cemeteries in America. Yes. Littleton has one of them. Hear about Eli and Myra Wallace and the lives of Molly, Maud, and Maggie. From there, we go to the Glenwood Cemetery on West Main Street to visit the final resting places of a number of Littleton's industrialists, manufacturers, medical people, abolitionists, and bankers. This is being done in lieu of this year's cemetery walk. 90 minute minimum. Need your vehicle. Meet at the Opera House parking lot

[3] Haunted Littleton: Like many New England towns, Littleton has its share of residents from the Spirit World. This is not a walking tour. We stay in one place (TBA) and you will hear stories about spooky places. All stories have been verified. 60 minutes in length

Call 603-444-6435 (museum) for an appointment.

Monday through Saturday. You select the time. 


Depends upon the availability of the Curator.

Masks required as well as Social Distancing.