Langdon Town Hall

Langdon in southwestern Sullivan County was first established in 1787 when it was named after Governor John Langdon. The Cold River and its tributary Great Brook lie at the southern edge of the township. Here you can find the shortest wooden covered bridge in New Hampshire, the Prentiss Bridge! Langdon’s beautiful historic Meeting House, completed in 1803, has held more consecutive annual town meetings than any other town in New Hampshire.