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Hampton Travel Guide  

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Hampton can be described as a town located in County of Rockingham, New Hampshire, US.
Hampton lies besides Atlantic Ocean. It’s a home to ‘Hampton Beach State Park’ at ‘Hampton Beach’, the most sought-after destination in summers. If one sees from the perspective of roadways, it can be stated that Hampton lies along intersection of NH 27 and US 1.
As per US Census Bureau, Hampton’s total area consists of 38 sq. Km; out of which 3.9 sq. Km consists of water. This city is being drained by Drakes and Hampton rivers. It stands completely within ‘New Hampshire Coastal watershed’. Bride Hill; whose elevation is 150 feet from the sea level is Hampton’s highest point.
According to census conducted in the year 2000, population of Hampton was reported to be 14937. Its density had been 442.6 per sq. Km. Per capita income was found to be $29878. Around 5.9%25 of total population was found to be below poverty line.

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Reviews Hampton

Robert Bale
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Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Tuck MuseumTuck Museum goes on to house Hampton Historical Society. On the physical front, it comprises of several buildings, artifacts, and monuments; which would be found at ‘Park Avenue’ in Hampton. Hampton Historical Society was, in actual sense, incorporated in... more the year 1925 in the form of a ‘Meeting House Green Memorial Association’ for having honored Hampton’s original settlers. One of the descendants of these families, i.e. the families which had come together to form this society called Edward Tuck proved to be generous enough to have donated funds to buy a home on site of original house. As such, land which surrounded the house got laid out in the form of a park; and house got transformed in to a museum that was appropriately named ‘Tuck Museum’.Paintings by ‘Charles Henry Turner’ would be found in this museum.  Old postcards depicting churches would also be found.TimingsThis museum remains open on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 1300 and 1600 hrs.
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