Enfield, NH


Enfield: Lying east of Lebanon and southeast of the AT in Hanover, Enfield is somewhat removed from the trail. However, for those with a sense of history, a visit to this town would be a welcome diversion.

Enfield is best known as the home of the Enfield Shaker Museum, and the buildings on the campus of the museum are some of the best remaining examples of that religious society’s architecture. In addition to the Shaker museum, Enfield has a number of businesses on both US Rte. 4 and NH Rte. 4A and in the downtown just off US 4.

Did you know? Between 1766 and 1784, Enfield was renamed “Relhan” after Dr. Anthony Relhan, a promoter of sea-bathing as a curative.

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