New Hampshire Food Tours
It wasn't just health-giving mountain air and glorious views that attracted
elite vacationers to New Hampshire's grand hotels in the 19th century. It
was the elaborate feasts, too, served in sumptuous, chandeliered dining
The days of epic banquets and changing outfits four times a day may be
past, but food remains a tantalizing reason to visit New Hampshire. We've
devised these self-guided wine and food tours to showcase all of the
hottest things happening on the New Hampshire food scene. Which of
these irresistible itineraries will you choose?
New Hampshire's Ice Cream Trail
Brace yourself for looks of wide-eyed delight when you tell the kids you're
spending a day on the ice-cream trail. You won't be able to visit all 47 dairy
farms and ice-cream stands (well, maybe if you spend all summer in New
Hampshire!), but even stopping for cool treats at a few of them will earn
you rock-star-parent status.
New Hampshire's Wine, Cheese & Chocolate Trails
Vineyards, dairies, and chocolatiers in New Hampshire craft palate-pleasing
treats that were made to be paired. Use this map to plot your own
sampling adventure. Three suggested routes will inspire you to plan food themed
day or weekend trips.
New Hampshire's Brewery Map: Live Free and Savor
Craft brewing has exploded in New Hampshire, and this map will help you
find fresh beer wherever you roam. We're also proud to be home to a
team of Budweiser's world-famous Clydesdales. You can visit these impressive horses daily at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Merrimack, New
Maple for the Whole Family
One weekend each March, all of New Hampshire celebrates the sweetest
crop of the year. Take your family on a tour of New Hampshire
sugarhouses, and observe the maple-syrup-making process. You'll enjoy
the first taste of spring and bring home maple goodies to last through the
New Hampshire's Chocolate & Martini Tour
Sophisticated tastes? Let us guide you to New Hampshire's best martini
bars and to chocolate shops that handcraft bonbons and other confections.