Join us in commemorating the NH State Veterans Cemetery's 25th Anniversary.
We are proud of our mission to provide and maintain a dignified final-resting place to honor all veterans and eligible dependents which expresses the state's gratitude for their service to the country.
The New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery conveys peace through natural beauty and is a source of pride to veterans, their families, and all residents of New Hampshire.
A Living Memorial
Tables and Facilities open.
Memorial Walkway Tour and Discussion hosted by the NHVCA.
Gratitude ceremony at the Circle of Flags.
Veterans Heritage Learning Center tour hosted by the NHVCA.
Burial Equity for Guards and Reserves Information Session in the Chapel.
The 1,200 square foot Learning Center houses kiosk exhibits of NH heroes, a multi-media theater featuring hands-on exhibits and military items from various wars and services, interactive learning, and a “Journey of the NH Soldier” time line. The interactive “NH Veterans Serve” touch table is located in the middle of the Center where visitors can explore NH military units and their participation in wars and campaigns throughout our history.
The Memorial Walkway was established in August 2002. The brick pathway meanders over 1,000 feet through the trees and provides a place for visitors to reflect and honor veterans from all military branches and conflicts. There are nearly 100 monuments and benches. Guests may purchase a brick or paver on the Memorial Walkway to honor a friend or loved one.
The 20 Points of History was constructed in 2000, and updated in 2015, along with the Memorial Walkway. Here, visitors gain knowledge of New Hampshire veterans who have served our country connecting the history and events inside the Center with the stories of those interred, making real, the history of NH and our country.
Visit on September 24th... or any day throughout the year!
We are forever grateful to those who have given their time, talent, and treasure to help the NH State Veterans Cemetery become a beautiful, reverent tribute to all veterans and their families. Take time. Read the headstones, monuments, and historical displays to learn the history of NH veterans and the families that supported them. Please join us to commemorate this important milestone in the history of the NHSVC.
Your time and energy is always welcome and appreciated at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery. Please contact us to learn more about how you can be involved in one of our many rewarding volunteer efforts.Learn More
Directions: From I-93 North or South to Exit 17 (the cemetery is 5+ miles from I-93). At the top of the exit ramp, bear right. Follow Route 3 & 4 West through the town of Boscawen. At the intersection of Route 3 & 4 continue to the right on Route 3 North. The cemetery is one mile north on the right side of Route 3.