America's Credit Union Museum

January 29. 2016 11:56PM


420 Notre Dame Avenue
Manchester, NH 03102
Ph: 603-629-1553

The mission of America's Credit Union Museum is to tell the human side of the credit union story.

They tell the story of the movement in a way that will involve, inspire, and personalize the experience for their visitors. In the process, they hope to inspire a renewed sense of civic pride.

The Museum's vision is to create compelling exhibits and powerful, lively story telling so that our visitors will be entertained, moved, and surprised by the personal accounts of what it was like to live in America during the Great Depression and what it took to build the American dream. Visitors will come away from their experience with a vivid picture of a period of American history when our ancestors were in serious trouble, yet refused to give up. And with the help of credit unions, our ancestors made a difference that continues today.
When you visit America's Credit Union Museum in Manchester, NH, you can feel the energy and passion that makes the credit union movement so powerful.
Housed in the building where our country's first credit union was born, America's Credit Union Museum offers a one-of-a-kind interactive experience that brings to life a vision as relevant today as it was 100 years ago.
The Museum is more than a collection of artifacts and documents.  It's the soul of an unwavering national movement of people helping people.
America's Credit Union Museum honors our shared history, documents today's achievements, helps credit unions prepare for tomorrow's challenges, and inspires our industry's collective future.



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