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New Hampshire Tourism and Sightseeing
Welcome to New Hampshire, the Granite State! Do you want to see all that New Hampshire has to offer? Come explore the seven regions of the Granite state. This quaint New England state is bordered to the north by Canada, to the west by Vermont, to the east by Maine and the Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by Massachusetts. NH has a rich and varied landscape, which includes 140 mountain peaks, 1300 lakes and ponds, and 18 miles of seacoast.

With so many lakes, mountains, and miles of ocean shoreline, New Hampshire is diverse with every season. There are activities for everyone to enjoy as it gets plenty of snow in the winter, gorgeous flowers and fauna in the spring, warm summer days, and the foliage in the fall is breathtaking. New Hampshire is a beautiful state to visit year round.
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Historical Society Museum
Historical Society Museum things to do on a rainy day in Lakes-Region, NH
Museum in Center Sandwich, NH USA

The mission of the Sandwich Historical Society is to collect and preserve the material culture and historical record of the town of Sandwich, and to use these resources in service to the public through educational experiences and outreach to the community.


Historical Society of Cheshire County
Historical Society of Cheshire County things to do on a rainy day in Monadnock, NH
Museum in Keene, NH USA

Headquaters of the Historical Society of Cheshire County The Historical Society of Cheshire County is located in Ball Mansion, an 1870 Italiante structure on Main Street in Keene, NH. The Society houses an extensive archive of Cheshire County research materials and permanent exhibits of local history.

Hobo Hills Adventure Golf
Hobo Hills Adventure Golf
Recreation in Lincoln, NH USA

Step back to a time when hobos had the life! Learn of the lifestyle and exploits of a legendary, local hobo--while you putt through a first class course amongst lavish landscaping, cascading waterfalls and meandering streams.

Hobo Railroad
Hobo Railroad
Excursion in Lincoln, NH USA

Located in the popular resort village of Lincoln, NH, the Hobo Railroad offers scenic one hour and twenty minute round trip excursions along the winding banks of the Pemigewassett River from Lincoln, NH to Woodstock, NH and back - a distance of approximately 15 miles.

Honeymoon Covered Bridge
Honeymoon Covered Bridge
Scenic in Jackson, NH USA

This covered bridge was built by Charles Austin Broughton and his son Frank. Charles Broughton lived on the Broughton dairy farm on the east side of the Saco River. During the Civil War he was a sergeant in the 18th Regiment of the New Hampshire Volunteers, Company E.


Horatio Colony Nature Preserve
Horatio Colony Nature Preserve
Nature in Keene, NH USA

615 acres of woodlands, streams, and upland swamps are open to the public daily from dawn to dusk for nature study and recreation. 3 1/2 miles of hiking trails. Trail guide available.

Horse-drawn hay/sleigh rides
Horse-drawn hay/sleigh rides
Farm in East Kingston, NH USA

Year-round Horse-drawn Hay Rides, and other activities Family oriented and operated, Hidden Hollow Farm is nestled on 13 acres of wooded area in E. Kingston, NH. We welcome all those interested in having fun, and will do all we can to accommodate large and small groups and those with special needs and disabilities.

Island Cruises, Inc.
Island Cruises, Inc.
Excursion in Rye, NH USA

Island Cruises, Inc. provides Isles of Shoals Tours, Star Island Ferry Service, Star Island Walkabouts with lunch and dinner available at the Victorian era Oceanic Hotel, Educational Lobster Trips and private charters from scenic Rye Harbor, NH.

Isles of Shoals Steamship Company
Isles of Shoals Steamship Company
Excursion in Portsmouth, NH USA

SIghtseeing Cruises of Portsmouth Harbor/the Isles of Shoals


Jackson House
Jackson House things to do on a rainy day in Seacoast, NH
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

Jackson House is the oldest surviving wood-frame house in New Hampshire. The house was built by Richard Jackson, a woodworker, farmer, and mariner, on his family's twenty-five-acre plot.

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation
Jackson Ski Touring Foundation
Skiing in Jackson, NH USA

magine a whole New England Village dedicated to nordic skiing, with a white steepled church, covered bridges, rivers with cascading waterfalls, sundry eateries, charming country inns and a hundred miles of cross country ski trails...

Jenness State Beach
Jenness State Beach
Recreation in Rye, NH USA

Jenness State Beach is a great family location with an Atlantic ocean-front setting - its sandy beach is ideal for swimming and picnicking. Amenities at the beach include a bathhouse. Metered parking is available for 67 cars.

Jericho Mountain State Park
Jericho Mountain State Park
Recreation in Berlin, NH USA

Jericho Mountain State Park has picnicking, a group picnic area, mountain biking, swimming, ATV trails, biking, hiking, hunting, horesback riding, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, nonmotorized boats, cabin rentals, snowshoeing, nordic skiing and parking.

John Bonner - Streetwise
John Bonner - Streetwise things to do on a rainy day in Merrimack-Valley, NH
Art Gallery in Concord, NH USA

Opening Reception - New Paintings by John Bonner In recent years Bonner has been experimenting, doing what he called “some wild stuff.” The results left him with the feeling he was “just going through the motions.

John Langdon House
John Langdon House things to do on a rainy day in Seacoast, NH
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

Governor John Langdon House is an exceptional Georgian mansion which George Washington "esteemed the first" in Portsmouth. Its reception rooms are of a grand scale suited to ceremonial occasions and are ornamented by elaborate wood carving in the Rococo style.

John Paul Jones House
John Paul Jones House things to do on a rainy day in Seacoast, NH
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

John Paul Jones, colonial America's first sea warrior, was a tenant of the Widow Purcell in this house in 1781 while he supervised the building of the Navy's ship America nearby. Though he loved Portsmouth, he left New Hampshire in 1782 never to return.

Kingston State Park
Kingston State Park
Recreation in Kingston, NH USA

Kingston State Park is only 14 miles from the New Hampshire seacoast and is close to many attractions such as Canobie Lake Park, The Fox Run Mall, various antique shops, and fine restaurants.

Knitting: Lake Winnipesaukee Hat
Knitting: Lake Winnipesaukee Hat things to do on a rainy day in Lakes-Region, NH
Recreation in Meredith, NH USA

Knitting with Maryly Matthewman

Lake Francis State Park
Lake Francis State Park
Recreation in Pittsburg, NH USA

Lake Francis State Park lies on the shores of Lake Francis a 2,000 acre lake near the Connecticut Lakes of the Great North Woods region. Hunters and anglers enjoy this park as a base for their respective activities.

Lake Tarleton State Park
Lake Tarleton State Park
Recreation in Piermont, NH USA

Lake Tarleton State Park is a 48-acre undeveloped park and is easy to find. Lake Tarleton, at 315 acres, offers an unguarded swimming beach and opportunities for fishing and hunting in season. A N.H.

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Best Places to Stay in New Hampshire


Bernerhof Inn Bed And Breakfast
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From $99 / night.


Restaurant.
Deer Mountain Lodge & Wilderness Resort
Guest Score:
From $176 / night.


Free Internet, Non Smoking Rooms.
Hampton Inn Dover
Guest Score:
From $109 / night.


Swimming Pool, Free Internet, Non Smoking Rooms.
Lovely Townhouse With Views
Guest Score:
From $202 / night.


Free Internet.
Omni Bretton Arms At Mount Washington
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From $159 / night.


Swimming Pool, Non Smoking Rooms, Restaurant.

Best Time to Visit New Hampshire


The best time to visit New Hampshire is in the fall and summer. Fall temperatures are cold with averages in the low 40's and highs in the low 50's. Nights are cold with lows in the low 30's. Summer temperatures are cool with averages in the mid 60's and highs in the mid 70's. Summer nights are cool with lows in the low 50's.

Spring Visit New Hampshire in the summerSummer Visit New Hampshire in the fallFall Winter


Monthly Temperatures in New Hampshire


Month Low Avg High
January 7.9 18.8 29.7
February 9.9 21.6 33.3
March 20.5 31.5 42.4
April 31.5 43.0 54.4
May 42.5 55.0 67.5
June 51.9 64.0 76.0
July 57.0 69.0 80.9
August 55.2 67.1 78.8
September 46.9 58.6 70.3
October 35.5 47.1 58.7
November 27.1 36.7 46.2
December 15.2 24.9 34.5

Destinations in and around New Hampshire to Visit



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