Embark on a relaxing spring road trip through New Hampshire’s Merrimack Valley. With irresistible breweries, maple sugar shacks and fascinating cultural activities in store—your escape to New Hampshire will be one to remember.
- Pipe Dream Brewing (49 Harvey Road, Londonderry) For good vibes and great beer this spring, head to Pipe Dream Brewing in Londonderry! Each season introduces a new lineup of malt beers, special sours, sweet stouts, and hearty IPA’s served cold in their family-friendly tasting room.
- Folsom’s Sugar House (130 Candia Road, Chester) Visit the quaint maple sugar shack at Folsom’s Sugar House for a glimpse into a real New Hampshire sugar production. Just follow the scent of sweet sap and you’ll find a world of maple candy, popcorn, cream, and taffy, and more waiting in their shop!
- Currier Museum of Art (150 Ash Street, Manchester) Discover the fascinating trove of artistic treasures on exhibit at the Currier Museum and make a special visit to the only display of two Frank Lloyd Wright Houses in New England.
- Red River Theatre (11 S. Main Street, Suite L1, Concord) On those temperamental spring days, there’s nothing like escaping indoors to enjoy a thought-provoking film on the big screen. Located in the heart of historic downtown Concord, Red River Theatre has a curated selection of independent movies plus a café and art gallery!
- New Hampshire State House (107 N. Main Street, Concord) Explore the state’s storied past and present at the New Hampshire State House this spring. Walk through the Hall of Flags and watch as history comes to life on a guided State House Tour Monday – Friday.
Siam Orchid Thai Bistro (12 N. Main Street, Concord), Chez Vachon (136 Kelley Street, Manchester), Red Blazer Restaurant & Pub (72 Manchester Street, Concord), Poor Boy’s Diner (136 Rockingham Road, Londonderry)
Venture through the heart of Manchester’s downtown to discover a world of local shops. Stop in to Heart & Hand Unique Gifts
, browse the unique wares at Shadow and Soul Emporium Manchester
, or grab something sweet at the Granite State Candy Shoppe