Explore Robert Frost Farm, Derry NH

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Real Estate Agent with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Verani Realty

I've always wanted to do this but just never found the time.  I think it's time to make the time and go explore the Robert Frost farm in Derry New Hampshire.

Robert Frost Farm

Here's a fun thing to do in Southern New Hampshire...

The Robert Frost Farm was home to Robert Frost and his family from 1900-1911.

Frost, one of the nation's most acclaimed poets whose writings are said to be the epitome of New England, attributed many of his poems to memories from the Derry years.

The simple two-story white clapboard farmhouse is typical of New England in the 1880s.

Tours, displays, a trail, and poetry readings are all available at the park. Programs are offered to the public at no charge.

This National Historic Landmark is supported by the Division of Parks and Recreation, the Robert Frost Homestead Trustees, and the Friends of the Robert Frost Farm.

Sounds like a great way to spend a day, exploring, walking the trails and feeling the peace.

 

 

 

 

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Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD
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Monika, I'd be all over a visit to the Robert Frost Farm in Derry, NH. Isn't it odd how we forget to take advantage of the historical and/or intertesting opportunities in our own locales?  I too tend to keep saying, " I should really go see that." Ha.

Mar 29, 2012 12:13 AM