Hudson (New Hampshire)

Hudson is a town in southern New Hampshire. It lies on the Massachusetts border, and is part of the historic Merrimack Valley region of south-central New Hampshire and northeastern Massachusetts.

Get in

By air

By car

No expressways enter Hudson, though it is centrally located between three major expressways: I-93, I-495 and U.S. 3. The easiest way into the town is via U.S. 3 exit 2, which provides direct access over the Merrimack River Sagamore Bridge. Travelers coming from Boston and points south can access Hudson from I-93 exit 4 (NH 111). Those coming from Manchester and points north can access Hudson from I-93 exit 5 (NH 102). Three New Hampshire state routes traverse the town and meet in Hudson Village near the Taylor Falls Bridge to central Nashua: NH 3A is the major north-south route through Hudson, while NH 111 is the main east-west route. NH 102 starts at the junction of 3A and 111 and goes northwest towards Londonderry, Derry, and Raymond.

By bus

The nearest bus depot is Boston Express, 110 Broad Street, Nashua Phone: +1 603 521-6000. Service to Boston and Logan Airport.

By train

The nearest train station is 20 minute drive away in Lowell, the Charles A. Gallagher Transit Terminal at 101 Thorndike Street, Lowell, Phone:+1 978 459-0164. It is part of the MBTA commuter rail network; connections to the MBTA are available from Amtrak at Boston's North Station.


Hills Memorial Library




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Routes through Hudson

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