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Content: CITY OF MANCHESTER, New Hampshire
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Whatever brings you to Manchester, a "Must See " is the historic Amoskeag Millyard, the greatest mill complex in all of North America (highlighted in purple on both banks of the Merrimack River). It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. By the early 1900s, Manchester had become the world leader in textile manufacturing, employing 15,000 people, producing up to 600 miles of cloth in a day, and exporting world wide. Today it remains an exciting center for productive business and commercial activity. Manchester provides an excellent model of 19th century urban planning. It features a thoughtful integration of manufacturing plants, river canals for power (filled in and used as roadways today), housing for employees, and a downtown center where people meet for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Stroll along the Riverwalk and marvel at how this giant complex of brick buildings ­ more than a mile long ­ has adapted to the needs of modern society. For deeper insight, visit the nearby Millyard Museum, which opened in 2001. Continue on your journey and visit the many cultural landmarks of downtown Manchester, listed at the bottom of this page. Web information is available at Manchester vigorously supports its local athletic teams, and sports rivalries thrive in all seasons. Home of the Manchester Monarchs Hockey team, one of the newest members of the AHL, games are played in the exciting Verizon Wireless Arena. Located in the heart of downtown, the arena also presents ice shows, the circus, concerts, athletic contests, and a wide array of arena entertainment. Elm Street is the heart of downtown Manchester. It boasts numerous restaurants, shops and galleries, most of which are owned and serviced by local folk, who'll make sure you receive excellent value for your patronage. Please sample the excellent businesses listed in this guide.
P PARKING Parking is readily available in the downtown, civic center and millyard areas. In addition to numerous private lots and metered street parking, public parking is available in the following locations: Parking Lots: A­ Pearl Street Lot B­ J.J. Hartnet Lot C­ Arms Lot Extension D­ Middle Street Lot E­ Pine Street Lot F­ South Commercial Lot G­ Rubenstein Lot
Parking Garages: AA­ Center of New Hampshire BB­ Canal Street CC­ Victory DD­ Kosciuszko Street Leased Lots: 1­ Fratello's Lot 2­ Bedford Lot 3­ Arms Lot 4­ Seal Lot 5­ Granite Street Lot
© Rixon Photography photo © Robert Edsall
1 Amoskeag Fishways Learning & Visitor's Center At the Amoskeag Bridge 603-626-FISH
2 The Currier Museum of Art 201 Myrtle Way 603-669-6144 Listed on National Register of Historic Places
3 Manchester Historic Association, 129 Amherst St 603-622-7531 Located in Victory Park Historic District
4 NH Institute of Art 148 Concord Street 603-623-0313 Located in Victory Park Historic District
5 Carpenter Memorial Library 405 Pine St, 603-629-4107 Located in Victory Park Historic District
6 Franco-American Centre 52 Concord Street 603-669-4045 Cultural center, gallery.
7 Farmer's Market Concord Street Between Chestnut and Pine Sts Open Thursdays 3­6:30 pm June thru Oct, NH-grown produce
8 Palace Theatre 80 Hanover Street 603-668-5588 Listed on National Register of Historic Places
9 Manchester City Hall 908 Elm St 603-624-6500 Listed on National Register of Historic Places. b.1845 This gothic revival style is unique to a civic building in New England.
10Verizon Wireless Arena Corner of Lake Ave and Elm Sts 603-644-5000 AHL Monarchs, concerts, family events, conventions
11 First Place 200 Bedford St, 603-666-3906 SEE Science Museum 200 Bedford St,603-669-0400
12Millyard Museum Mill #3 Corner of Commercial & Pleasant Sts, 603-622-7531
13 Univ. of New Hampshire, Manchester 400 Commercial St 603-641-4101
Great food and shopping only minutes away. Find locations easily on the map inside.
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860 Elm Street 603-622-9876
36 Lowell Street 644-1180 Dining in casual elegance. 17
Check out upcoming events online at
555 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03101
And remember, it's all happening in town! This map was produced by Intown Manchester Management, Inc. "Your Partner In Building Our Downtown Community" Downtown Map ©2003 Intown Manchester, Inc. MAP DESIGN: A.DOMINGUE, CLEAR BLUE DESIGN
"There's a beautiful new sparkle on Elm Street." Award-winning designer goldsmith ­ custom work in gemstones, gold and platinum. Handcrafted gifts. 889 Elm Street, corner of Hanover 603-641-2135 19
At the Center of NH, corner of Elm and Granite 621-9040 20
155 Dow Street 624-2022 15 www.fratello' Voted Best Italian Restaurant & Best Overall
88 Market Street 666-4292 22 36 Beers on Draft
"Old Style Italy" Ambiance and Authentic Italian Cuisine at Piccola Italia Ristorante 827 Elm Street 606-5100 or 622-3785 TAKE OUT AVAILABLE RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED 21
201 Myrtle Way 603-669-6144 2
Visit our warm & cozy shop.
"For country and primitive­
as good as it gets!" 823 Elm Street 603-625-8100 Open Mon­Sat 24
Suddenly Susan's ~Gourmet Deli & Wine Bar~ Sandwiches, vegetarian specialties, delicious cookies Corporate Catering and Delivery Open Mon­Fri, 10­3 28 Hanover Street 625-1850 18 Susan & George Orfanedes
Quality Rock Real Variety
Welcome to Manchester, NH
Where History Invites Opportunity
Consistently ranked at the top
of magazine polls for its superb
quality of life and ease of
doing business, the historic
City of Manchester is
a welcoming place to visit,
to live, to work, and to play.
An icon of the Industrial
Revolution, Manchester's
famous textile mills are, today,
the corporate headquarters
and back offices of some of the
most recognized names in the
fields high tech and financial
services. Neighborhoods
characterized by genteel
Victorian-era homes mask the
© Photo by Robert Edsall
innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of our city's residents.
The spirit that nurtured the world-famous Amoskeag Mills of the
19th century continues today in a variety of ways - through fast
food kings, the MacDonald brothers, who hailed from this city;
through the establishment of
US FIRST, the nation's premier
robotics competition for high
School students; and through
a tradition of welcoming
newcomers and immigrants.
Today more than 78 foreign
languages are spoken in the
homes of Manchester's school
children. As the transportation
and cultural hub of Northern
New England, and the largest city
in New Hampshire, Manchester
is proud of its eclectic blend of
diverse culture and historic
presence. This is a city where
cutting-edge technology partners
with soccer moms and dads; where not one, but two symphonies
perform regularly in a nationally registered historic theater;
where a tradition of being a cultural melting pot continues with
vigor to form a community ethic rich with life and opportunity.
For more information including a directory of businesses,
restaurants, retail shops and a calendar of events,
please visit
23 900 Elm Street at City Hall Plaza and 999 Elm Street 25 Gourmet and Specialty Coffees, Bakery Items, Soups, Sandwiches, Salads 1001 Elm Street (on the lower level) Across from the NH Plaza Nachos Taqueria features gourmet tacos, burritos and quesadillas with an authentic flavor, each prepared fresh at the time of order. 26 A healthy, quick and casual alternative to fast food.
Downtown Manchester Map and Guide Where History Invites Opportunity
photo © William Earnshaw
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