Directions

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MAP & LAYOUT OF FESTIVAL VENUES
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Festival Map

PARKING AND TROLLEY
Free parking is available at the Newmarket Junior/Senior High School (213 S. Main St./Route 152). Please note: The Newmarket Main Street Corp. accepts no responsibility for illegally parked vehicles, which may be towed at the owner’s expense. Jump on the free festival trolley (which is handicap accessible) for a ride to any of the festival venues. The trolley runs continuously from 9:30 am – 9:30 pm.

Handicap Access: The festival site is handicap-accessible except for the second floor of the Stone School Museum and parts of the mill building.

Reminder: The festival is a No Smoking event. For safety reasons, the festival is also a “fido-free” environment. Service dogs only are allowed. Thanks for your understanding.

For more information:
Email: newmarketfest@yahoo.com
Phone:
603.659.5588
Mail:
Newmarket Heritage Festival * 186 Main St. * Newmarket, NH 03857

 


DIRECTIONS
From Massachusetts
Follow 95 North; at the Hampton, NH Toll Booths stay to the right taking Exit 2 (Route 101 West) to Exeter/Manchester. In about 3 miles take the exit for Route 108 (Exit 11). Take a right on 108, going north. Go about 7 miles to Newmarket. Shortly after a railroad crossing, take your next left onto Gerry Ave/Route 152. Follow signs to festival parking, which is located at the Newmarket Jr. Sr. High School (213 S. Main St./Route 152). A FREE trolley runs every 15 minutes (9:30–9:30) from the parking area to all the festival venues.

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From Manchester, NH
Take Route 101 East to Portsmouth and stay on 101 for approximately 30 miles. Take exit 11 onto 108 going north towards Stratham, Newmarket, Durham. Go about 7 miles to Newmarket. Shortly after a railroad crossing, take your next left onto Gerry Ave/Route 152. Turn left at the end of Gerry Ave., and follow signs to festival parking, which is located at the Newmarket Jr. Sr. High School (213 S. Main St./Route 152). A FREE trolley runs continuously (9:30–9:30) from the parking area to all the festival venues.

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From Maine
Follow I-95 South to Portsmouth. Take Route 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) Northwest toward Dover. Less than 4 miles to Exit 6 W Route 4 West to Durham, Concord. Go about 5 miles and exit onto Route 108 South (left) to Durham/Newmarket. About a mile on 108 is a stop light where you stay left to Newmarket (continuing on Route 108 / Newmarket Road south). Go about 5 miles until you come to downtown Newmarket. Proceed through the downtown area and take a right onto Route 152 at the flashing yellow light.  Proceed west on Rte 152 (So. Main St.) and follow the parking signs about another 1/2 mile to the Newmarket Jr. Sr. High School (213 S. Main St./Route 152). A FREE trolley runs continuously (9:30–9:30) from the parking area to all the festival venues.

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From the White Mountains
Follow Route 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) to Dover. Take exit 7 to Durham. Go right at the end of the ramp onto Route 108 and it is about 4 miles to the stop light in Durham. Stay left at that light onto 108 South to Newmarket. Go about 5 miles until you come to downtown Newmarket. Proceed through the downtown area and take a right onto Route 152 at the flashing yellow light.  Proceed west on Rte 152 (So. Main St.) and follow the parking signs about another 1/2 mile to the Newmarket Jr. Sr. High School (213 S. Main St./Route 152). A FREE trolley runs continuously (9:30–9:30) from the parking area to all the festival venues.

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From Concord, NH
Take Route 293 to Route 4 East toward Portsmouth. About 45 minutes to Route 108 South to Durham/Newmarket. About a mile on 108 is a stop light where you stay left to Newmarket. Go about 5 miles until you come to downtown Newmarket. Proceed through the downtown area and take a right onto Route 152 at the flashing yellow light.  Proceed west on Rte 152 (So. Main St.) and follow the parking signs about another 1/2 mile to the Newmarket Jr. Sr. High School (213 S. Main St./Route 152). A FREE trolley runs continuously (9:30–9:30) from the parking area to all the festival venues.



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