The Music Hall
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The Music Hall is a non-profit performing arts center that entertains 100,000 patrons, including 20,000 school children, annually with acclaimed film, music, theater, and dance performances. Its historic 900-seat theater, built in 1878, is the oldest in New Hampshire and designated an “American Treasure” by the National Parks Service’s Save America’s Treasures Program.
Living out its mission to be an active and vital arts center for the enrichment of the Seacoast community, The Music Hall presents diverse and relevant programming, including its signature series and innovative community outreach programs, and hosts numerous community fundraisers and celebrations for the benefit of more than 20 local non-profits.
A cultural anchor in a thriving Seacoast economy, The Music Hall and its patrons contribute $4.2 million annually to the local economy through show and visitor related spending. For more information, visit www.themusichall.org.
28 Chestnut Street, Portsmouth, NH, 03801 map
Phone: (603) 436-2400
From Interstate 95, take Exit 7 to Market Street Extension.
2. Turn east toward downtown Portsmouth.
3. Take the third right, Hanover Street, to the public parking garage or park nearby.
4. Walk to 28 Chestnut St.
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