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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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Androscoggin Wayside Park
Androscoggin Wayside Park
Recreation in Errol, NH USA

Androscoggin Wayside Park, a part of Mollidgewock State Park, is located along the Androscoggin River and lies within the Thirteen Mile Woods. It is a scenic spot for picnicking and fishing, and a favorite for canoeing.

Annalee Gift Shop
Annalee Gift Shop things to do on a rainy day in Lakes-Region, NH
Arts and Craft in Meredith, NH USA

Annalee gifts and seasonal decorations bring the perfect sense of joy and magic to the home for any holiday or occasion. Annalee dolls are known for their timeless style and magical faces.

Annett Wayside Park
Annett Wayside Park
Recreation in Rindge, NH USA

Annett Wayside Park is part of the 1,494 acre Annett State Forest and is located near the Cathedral of the Pines National Shrine. It is a beautiful spot for picnicking. A 1/4 mile hiking trail offers a pleasant stroll to the edge of Black Reservoir.

Apple Hill Golf Club
Apple Hill Golf Club
Golf in East Kingston, NH USA

Enjoy Apple Hill's par three course to sharpen the approach game or challenge yourself to a full eighteen hole layout on our championship 18 hole course.

Art Escape
Art Escape
Recreation in Laconia, NH USA

Pottery and Ceramic studio Art Escape pottery and art studio is a place to leave your busy life behind come in relax and create art. We currently offer Pottery Wheel * Clay Sculpture * Ceramic * Mosaic glass slumping and more. Our pottery/ceramic studio has no added fees.

Art Happens Creative Art Studio
Art Happens Creative Art Studio things to do on a rainy day in Monadnock, NH
Recreation in Milford, NH USA

Art for families and artists of all ages Art classes and workshops for all ages.

Ashuelot Covered Bridge
Ashuelot Covered Bridge
Scenic in Winchester, NH USA

The Ashuelot covered bridge is considered by local historians to be one of New Hampshire's most elaborate covered bridges. The original purpose of the bridge was to transport wood across the river for use by the Ashuelot Railroad.

Attitash Ski and Snowboard Resort
Attitash Ski and Snowboard Resort
Skiing in Bartlett, NH USA

New Hampshire's Premier Vacation Destination Attitash is Mount Washington Valley’s largest four-season resort. Boston-area families flock to this friendly resort just outside of North Conway, New Hampshire, drawn by its children’s programs, snow quality, and service-oriented employees.

Barrett House
Barrett House things to do on a rainy day in Monadnock, NH
Historic Site in New Ipswich, NH USA

Barrett House, also known as Forest Hall, was built c. 1800 by Charles Barrett Sr. for his son Charles Jr. and daughter-in-law Martha Minot on the occasion of their marriage.

Bartlett Covered Bridge
Bartlett Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bartlett, NH USA

The bridge was abandoned and closed to traffic in 1939. It was later rebuilt for $20,000. In the 1950s, it was used to store snow fence. In 1966 the bridge and land around it was sold to a private individual. It was repaired by Milton Graton that same year.

Basket Weaving Class with Ray Lagasse
Basket Weaving Class with Ray Lagasse things to do on a rainy day in Lakes-Region, NH
Recreation in Meredith, NH USA

Learn the fine craft of basket making. The League of NH Craftsmen – Meredith Fine Craft Gallery will be offering a Basket Weaving workshop with League-juried artist, Ray Lagasse.

Bath Covered Bridge
Bath Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bath, NH USA

The current structure is the fifth bridge to stand on this site. The first was constructed in 1794 at a cost of $366.66. That bridge was demolished by a flood and replaced in 1806 at a cost of $1,000.

Bath-Haverhill Covered Bridge
Bath-Haverhill Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bath, NH USA

According to New Hampshire Department of Transportation records, this is the oldest covered bridge still in use in New Hampshire. It is the first and only bridge to be erected at this site.

Bear Brook State Park
Bear Brook State Park
Recreation in Suncook, NH USA

Beaver Brook Association
Beaver Brook Association
Nature in Hollis, NH USA

Environmental Center, Trails and Gardens Beaver Brook Association was founded by Hollis P. Nichols and Jeffrey P. Smith, both of Hollis, New Hampshire.

Beaver Brook Falls Wayside
Beaver Brook Falls Wayside
Recreation in Colebrook, NH USA

Bedell Bridge State Historic Site
Bedell Bridge State Historic Site
Historic Site in Haverhill, NH USA

Bedell Bridge State Park is a 38-acre park located along the Connecticut River. The park was the site of a historic two-span covered bridge, the second longest in the country.

Beech Hill Farm and Ice Cream Barn
Beech Hill Farm and Ice Cream Barn things to do on a rainy day in Merrimack-Valley, NH
Recreation in Hopkinton, NH USA

Ice cream, farm animals, corn mazes, nature trail and more The Kimball family invites you to their ninth generation historic family farm in Hopkinton for a truly memorable New Hampshire experience.

Bement Covered Bridge
Bement Covered Bridge
Scenic in Bradford, NH USA

This is the third bridge at this location. Tradition has it that Colonel Stephen H. Long, a Hopkinton native and a member of the U.S. Army Topographical Engineers, built the bridge entirely of hemlock. No evidence was found however to support or dispute the claim.

Blacksmith Shop Covered Bridge
Blacksmith Shop Covered Bridge
Scenic in Cornish, NH USA

The Blacksmith Shop Bridge was built by James Tasker. The bridge was used by only one family and given its name because of its close proximity to a local blacksmith shop that once stood in an area know as Slab City.

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Best Places to Stay in New Hampshire

Beautiful Top-floor Condo with Lake Views
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From $89 / night.

Swimming Pool, Non Smoking Rooms.
Belknap House
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Bernerhof Inn Bed And Breakfast
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From $119 / night.

Kearsarge Inn
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From $62 / night.

Non Smoking Rooms.
Residence Inn North Conway
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From $107 / night.

Swimming Pool, Non Smoking Rooms.

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.

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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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