New Hampshire Made

Sturdy Timberland work boots … Traditional, hand-woven Peterboro Baskets … Stonyfield organic yogurt … Badger brand soothing balms … Collectible Annalee Dolls … Segway personal scooters … Brilliant, hand-cut Pepi Herrmann Crystal glasses and bowls … The perennially sage Old Farmer's Almanac … Velcro! Chances are good you've owned, seen, or sampled one of these New Hampshire–made products known far beyond our borders.

Whether it's at inventor Dean Kamen's DEKA Research and Development laboratory in Manchester or the woodworking shop at D.R. Dimes American Furniture in Northwood, Yankee ingenuity and Yankee craftsmanship both thrive in New Hampshire. One of the best parts of your journey through New Hampshire may be meeting some of our smaller makers, whose quiet labors yield gourmet food items, one-of-a-kind art and gifts, home furnishings, clothing, jewelry, toys, natural body-care lines, and pet products.

Shop local during your travels by exploring this guide to businesses that manufacture or handcraft goods in New Hampshire, or visit the New Hampshire Made website to find more artists, artisans, craft brewers, winemakers, cheese cultivators, growers, and inventors who live and work in our state.