Historic New Hampshire Tourism Sites

New Hampshire is a state full of history, heritage, and culture. This lush state is the perfect weekend getaway providing you with enjoyable scenic drives throughout the entire state.

New Hampshire is heavily forested with an abundance of elm, maple, beech, oak, pine, hemlock and fir tree. This wide variety of trees provides you with the perfect location to plan your next foliage tour!

This New England getaway allows you to appreciate the beauty of mother nature while traversing the countryside packing your weekend full of historical adventures.

Historic Sites
New Hampshire is a region overflowing with history. Cross into Native American territory, step inside a beautifully adorned home of a colonial governor, or be swept up in the local historical society. No matter where you choose, you will be amazed as history comes alive.

Sanbornton Historical Society
Moffatt-Ladd House & Garden
Wentworth Coolidge Mansion
The Music Hall
Littleton Grist Mill, Inc.

State Parks

New Hampshire is home to 67 state parks, 1300 glistening lakes and ponds, and an abundance of wildlife. This sprawling countryside is known for its scenic mountain rides, picturesque hiking trails, mountain national forests, thriving wildlife, and endless breathtaking views.

White Mountain National Forest
New Hampshire States Parks
Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center
Eastern Mountain Sports
Northern Forest Canoe Trail

foliage-nh2“Colored New Hampshire Mountains” by kla4067 on flickr

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