The Abbot-Spalding House Museum
The Nashua Historical Society Museums are closed
due to health concerns.
The Historical Society office is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places.
Victorian Era c.1860
The Abbot Spalding House Museum is open
April through November
by appointment only
Then and Now ~
The Federal Revival style Abbot-Spalding House was the home to a succession of prominent Nashua citizens, including Daniel Abbot who is the father of Nashua, George Perham and William Spalding.
The home was a common meeting ground of the famous and influential of New Hampshire.
In addition to the outstanding architecture of the Federal style home, the furnishings are fine pieces collected by the Spaldings, including glass, china. The Spalding family occupied the home for 73 years until it was purchased by the Nashua Historical Society in the late 1970's, from Miss Sylvia Spalding.
The interior and exterior have seen major restoration in recent years.
The ongoing commitment made by the Nashua Historical Society ensures the Abbot-Spalding House Museum's community role for future generations.