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Apple Way
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Beginning in the east at the intersection of Ash Street and Hovey Road, the Apple Way follows Pillsbury Road. crossing Mammoth Road (Rte 128) and intersects with High Range Rd.
Londonderry's Apple Way, a designated New Hampshire Scenic and Cultural Byway, winds past orchards, old farmhouses and local landmarks, reminding residents and visitors alike of our heritage. Come discover our past on the Apple Way.
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Historic interest
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Download a simple Apple Way map here.
No formal trails or access points are in place.  Special points of interest can be viewed per the Visit Londonderry website.
Points of Interest
Morrison House Museum
The Morrison House, Clark Blacksmith Shop, Parmenter Barn, and Litchfield Carriage shed have all been restored on two acres on Pillsbury Road that was donated to the Londonderry Historical Society.  The facilities comprise a museum for Londonderry artificats and tools illustrative of life in the 18th century.  Visit the website here.
Elwood Orchards
Moose Hill Orchards
Sunnycrest Farms
Merrill Farm