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Whether it's your first visit to New Hampshire or you live and play here year-round, there is always something new to discover in the Granite State. Use the search below to plan your next adventure today!
5 Odd Museums in New Hampshire
Strangely curious? From eclectic exhibits of taxidermy to extravagant hobbyist displays – these museums will indulge your curiosity and just may leave you with more questions than answers.
New Hampshire Pride Events 2023
The month of June is dedicated to celebrating inclusion, diversity and acceptance of all- check out these special events, festivals, and parades taking place around NH in recognition of Pride Month.
7 Museums to Visit this Spring
While spring’s warmth draws us outside—on some of those cooler days heading indoors to discover a fun museum can be the perfect escape. Here are 7 to explore this spring.
Must See Blooms This Season
From springtime daffodils to summer fields full of sunflowers, there are plenty of reasons to stop and smell the roses, so to speak. Be sure to include these events on your road trip through New Hampshire this season.
7 Tea Rooms in New Hampshire
Afternoon tea is a custom steeped in history and sweetened with tradition. This spring, why not celebrate the grace of the season with a visit to a New Hampshire Tea Room? Here are 7 to get you started.
Family Road Trip to New Hampshire
Adventure seeker and accomplished photographer, Jacob Moon
set out with his family on a cross country trip, bound for NH. He discovered there’s so much to do, he’s going to have to plan a return visit!
Wild New Hampshire Hikes
Discover something new on your next hike through the Granite State! These 6 wild hikes will take you off the beaten path and into the state's most biodiverse landscapes.
Kayak With a View
See some of NH’s spectacular scenery this summer from the water. From rapids to leisurely kayaking, paddle your way at these 6 spots. Don’t forget to enjoy the views!
Where to Spot New Hampshire’s Wildlife
From the common White-tailed deer and Wild turkeys to the more reclusive moose and coyotes, there’s a host of natural wildlife all across the state that residents and visitors can observe—from a safe distance, of course.
NH Mud Season Tips
Mud season in NH: the time between winter and spring when the ground is thawing out and puddles begin to line our trails. Here’s what you need to know about recreation during mid-March to mid-May.