Town Guide

We think you’ll find a visit through Milford’s Main Streets to be more than a typical tourist experience. In an age of mail order shopping and e-mail correspondence, a visit to our Downtown will provide an opportunity for refreshing face-to-face community. Whether you want to browse through old postcards at the quaint little antique shop tucked around the corner, or just lounge on a comfortable park bench on a sunny afternoon, Milford’s award winning downtown offers the quaintness of a New Hampshire town that has almost been forgotten.

Top Major Attractions in Town

  • Veterans Park with WWII Memorial
  • Railroad Pond Park
  • Emerson Park bordering the Souhegan River
  • Paved Walkways with inscribed bricks
  • Walking Paths along river
  • Wrought Iron Swinging Bridge
  • Keyes Field, Playground and Town Pool

Top Major Architectural Gems

  • Milford Town Hall complete with Paul Revere Bell
  • Golden Gilded Eagle atop Eagle Hall, Town’s First Meeting House
  • Mill Elderly Housing Complex
  • Milford Post Office

Special Events

  • June through August – Evening Band Concerts,
  • June through September – Outdoor Farmers’Market
  • Late May – Milford Arts Festival & Taste of Milford
  • October –Milford Pumpkin Festival
  • Winter – Indoor Farmers’ Market

Nearby Attractions