Moving to Nashua, NH

Nashua is the second-largest city in New Hampshire with a population of 86,494. Nashua has twice been awarded the title “Best Place to Live in America” by Money magazine. The city is part of the New England states and is considered part of the Boston region.

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Nashua History

Before its current namesake, Nashua was located smack in the middle of a land grant called Dunstable. Eventually, this land grant would be divided by the New Hampshire and Massachusetts state line. The New Hampshire land would eventually be renamed Nashua in 1836 after the Nashua River. Learn more about Nashua history:

Nashua Weather

On average, Nashua receives more precipitation than the U.S. average with 44 inches of rain and 60 inches of snow per year. The city sees mild summers and cold winters. Learn more about Nashua weather: 

Nashua Transportation

Nashua Transit System provides public bus service within the city. The Boston Express bus line also has a terminal in Nashua. Nearby airports include Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester and Logan International Airport in Boston. Learn more about Nashua transportation:

Cost of Living in Nashua

The cost of living in Nashua is higher than the New Hampshire state average and the U.S. national average. See how far your budget will stretch in Nashua:

Nashua Schools

Nashua contains two public high schools, Nashua High School South and Nashua High School North, and two private schools, Bishop Guertin Catholic High School and the Academy for Science and Design, a charter school. The city also has three public middle schools and a Catholic junior high school. Learn more about Nashua Schools: 

Nashua Hospitals

St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua is ranked by U.S. News Health as New Hampshire’s fourth-best medical facility. St. Joseph is a general medical and surgical facility accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. If you’re planning a move to Nashua, it’s a good idea to know all the medical resources available to you:

Nashua Real Estate

The median sales price of a home in Nashua is $212,266 while the average price per square foot is $145. Median rental price is $1,700. Browse available real estate listings in Nashua:

Nashua Hotels

Nashua contains several hotel accommodations and one extended stay hotel. If you’re planning a trip, browse these local hotel listings to find the best accommodation for you:

Nashua Restaurants

Nashua has a variety of eateries suitable for anyone. A few local favorites include MT’s Local Kitchen & Wine Bar, Surf, a seafood restaurant, Lilac Blossom, an Asian food restaurant. Browse all Nashua restaurants to find your favorite:

Things to Do in Nashua

Among many things to do in Nashua, local favorites tend to be outdoor activities. Several popular outdoor destinations include: Mine Falls Park, Greeley Park, and the New Hampshire Holocaust Memorial. There are also plenty of attractions for indoor-types including IncrediBREW brewery, Pheasant Lane Mall, and Bobo’s Indoor Playground. Browse all Nashua attractions: