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America's Credit Union Museum

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Address: 418 Notre Dame Ave # 420, Manchester, NH 03102-3736
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+1 603-629-1553
05:00 - 23:00
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Credit Union members would enjoy this museum

As someone who has been involved with credit unions for many years, I wanted to visit the American Credit Union Museum while in Manchester. We found the location with the aid of... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2016
New Orleans, LA
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New Orleans, LA
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Reviewed 21 July 2016

As someone who has been involved with credit unions for many years, I wanted to visit the American Credit Union Museum while in Manchester. We found the location with the aid of our Garmin in a picturesque section of the town. The entrance to the museum is actually on the side street and we had to ring the bell to... More 

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Reviewed 7 July 2015 via mobile

I wrote a negative review today and it was deleted! !! I called this morning Monday, to verify that the museum was open and was told that it was. I arrived at 11am and there was no one there. After 40 minutes of bell ringing and phone calls I gave up. A sign on the front door clearly stated that... More 

1 Thank Angelo D
Manchester, New Hampshire
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Reviewed 8 June 2013

So much history and it all started right here in Manchester! Three floors of pictures and facts. A great experience for students and adults alike.

2 Thank algebrateacher
Manchester NH
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Reviewed 20 January 2012

Ok someone took the statement "Build it and they shall come" a little too seriously. I'm sorry, the only reason we came here was to really check out that someone would put the time in to building this place. More looks like someone needed a tax right off. Small, dated, and nothing really to look at.

6 Thank nhfiremanpaul
Bentonville, Arkansas
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3 reviews
Reviewed 7 November 2011

We had a banquet held there for the Air Force Credit Union and it turned out a lot better than we anticipated and the building is really not what I had imagined. When you think of Credit Unions you usually think of boring, windowless cubical capsules. We need to start bringing this type of architecture and floor plan back again.

Thank Melody R
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Reviewed 2 February 2006

This nicely rehabed building houses a very interesting collection of exhibits and artifacts relating to the history of credit unions in teh United States. Apparently the first credit union in the US began doing business in NH in this actual building in 1908. Its worth a stop in if you are in the neighborhood.

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