Attractions

If you’re planning your vacation to New Hampshire, rest assured there are attractions here for everyone, from families, to couples and even the solo traveler. If history and art are what you’re searching for, consider browsing one of the state’s many art galleries, or checking out a live historical reenactment. Sports lovers will find a wide range of athletic prowess to enjoy, from motorcycle races to minor-league baseball. And depending on the season, outdoor enthusiasts can take a stroll through our scenic state parks, or book a summer cruise.

We could keep listing the amazing attractions the state offers, but we’d rather invite you to come experience them for yourself!

Covid-19 Update:
  • Outdoor activities located in recreational or natural settings, can resume operations while adhering to the guidance outlined here. This applies to small groups of 10 people or less and includes biking centers, canoe and kayak rentals, mini-golf, outdoor driving ranges, outdoor shooting ranges, small fishing charters, paint ball, and outdoor guiding services (fishing, hunting, and hiking). This guidance also applies to outdoor and nature based experiential attractions and business, including: agro-tourism, outdoor walking trails, tours and paths, batting cages, zip lines, chairlifts, ropes courses/aerial parks, disk golf, open off-road vehicle tours, natural science centers, garden tours, diving tours and lessons, caves, petting zoos, balloon rides, helicopter and plane rides (groups fewer than 5) and white water rafting. All customers should be asked to wear a cloth facemask when within the facility or public spaces when social distancing is not possible.
  • Effective June 29, 2020 amusement parks can reopen for daily operations but with a limit of 25% capacity. If you are planning to visit an amusement park, you are required to pre-register or pre-purchase admission tickets prior to arriving at the park. Customers are encouraged to limit the number of personal items you take with you to the facility. Additional details on guidance to protect employees and consumers is located here.
  • Bowling & entertainment centers have resumed daily business operations. This includes bowling facilities as well as arcades, laser tag, billard halls, etc. All facilities must ensure they are adapting to the new business processes as well as guidelines to protect their employees and consumers outlined here. Customers need to be prepared with a mask or cloth face covering as they may be asked to wear it if social distancing is difficult to maintain.
  • New Hampshire drive-in movie theaters are all currently open but must adapt to new business processes as well as the guidelines to protect their employees and consumers outlined here. Customers should be aware, they must maintain proper social distancing, staying in or immediately around their cars.
  • Beginning June 29, 2020 movie theaters can reopen to the public but with limitations to 50% occupancy. Customers are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets prior to arrival, and should receive a timeframe to enter the theater and go through ticketing in order to avoid congregating and waiting in the lobby. Additional business processes as well as guidance to help protect the health of employees and consumers is located here.
  • Museums and art galleries in NH are open to the public. All businesses are required to follow new business process and guidance to ensure the health and safety of customers, employees and volunteers that is outlined here. Guests should have a mask or face covering to wear while they are in the facility and not able to maintain safe social distancing.