rhododendrons beneath the birches
  Photo by Eileen Oktavec
The White Room


  • A visitors’ bathroom is in the Garden Cottage, next to the Visitor Reception & Exhibit Area.
  • Light refreshments are served in the Visitor Reception & Exhibit Area.

     Evergreen does not serve meals, but there are nearly a dozen restaurants in and around Goffstown Village.

     Sawyer’s, 13 Main Street, 603-497-2996, serves breakfast.

     Open for breakfast and lunch are:

  • Apotheca Flower and Tea Shoppe, located in a former 19th century railroad depot at 24C Main Street, 603-497-4940; www.apothecaflowershoppe.com;
  • Northeast Café, in an old mill on the Piscataquog River in New Boston—about 7 miles south of Goffstown on Route 13, 603-487-3930; www.northeastcafe.com.
  • The Sweet Spot Bakery & Cafe, about 2 miles north of the Village on Route 114, 603-529-6667; www.thesweetspotnh.com;

     Open for lunch and dinner:


Photo by John W. Hession, New Hampshire Home

The Cave