Group Tours at Governor John Langdon House (1784)

Explore a revolution

A National Historic Landmark

A visit to Governor John Langdon House takes you back to post-Revolutionary America and the early days of the republic. A three-term governor of New Hampshire, Langdon was also a Revolutionary leader, a signer of the United States Constitution, and a friend of George Washington, who visited the house in 1789.

The house features a vast central hall, elaborate carved mantelpieces, a dining room designed by Stanford White, and a large garden with perennial beds, a 160-foot-long rose and grape arbor, and a pavilion. Admission includes both a house tour and access to a rotating series of exhibitions.

Location:
143 Pleasant Street, Portsmouth, N.H.
603-436-3205

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We are happy to work with you to customize your experience.

  • Guided House Tour: Enjoy an approximately fifty-minute guided tour; please allow one and a half hours for your visit.

  • Gallery Walk: Add an in-depth look at our current exhibition.



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