One of Manchester’s most beloved landmarks, the Trask House on Union Street, was built in 1823 by local businesswoman, Abigail Hooper, who ran a thriving general store on the property. That same year, she married Captain Richard Trask, one of Manchester’s most successful merchant ship captains. Abigail outlived her husband by nearly 40 years and, at the time of her death at age 96, was revered as one of Manchester’s most enterprising and public-minded citizens.
Entrance to the permanent exhibit is free.
Tours should be set-up by calling 978-526-7230 prior to visiting. Tours are free for members and $5 per person for non-members.
10am – 3pm Tuesday – Friday
Trask House Tours:
Saturdays 12:00 noon – 3pm, or by appointment 978-526-7230
From 128 North – Take School Street Exit. Right at end of off ramp onto School Street. When School Street ends, turn left onto Union Street. (If you turn right, you are on Central Street.) Museum is on the left, 10 Union Street.
From 128 South – Take School Street Exit. Left at end of off ramp onto School Street. When School Street ends, turn left onto Union Street. (If you turn right, you are on Central Street.) Museum is on the left, 10 Union Street.
There is often parking available on the streets surrounding the museum.
If not, visitor parking can be found off Central Street behind Town Hall, the large white building on the green.