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America's Credit Union Museum commemorates the first credit union in America, one started right here in Manchester, New Hampshire. But the museum does not cover such a limited scope - instead it details the history of credit unions from its beginnings in Europe, to its role in the United States since 1908. The role of the credit union during the Great Depression is explored, and visitors will see a human side to the story of the credit union.
Not only has the Aviation Museum installed itself in a 1937 art-deco building on the grounds of the Manchester Boston Regional Airport, but the inside is as beautiful as the outside. The museum focuses on events and artifacts relevant to aviation in New Hampshire. The museum can also be open to groups when not open to the public, simply call in advance and arrange a visit.
Located away from the city is the hidden gem, L. Lee Scouting Museum And Max I. Silber Scouting Library. Allowing visitors to explore scouting memorabilia sourced from all all over the world along with a library that features several books on scouting, the L. Lee Scouting Museum And Max I. Silber Scouting Library is a must-visit for anybody who is interested in learning more about the history of scouting and how it came to be as widespread as it is now. Besides memorabilia, one can also find publications, attend scouting events, or shop for wooden, silver beaver or eagle badges.