Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods
The Omni Mount Washington, a favorite New England retreat of presidents, poets and celebrities, while offering New Hampshire’s largest ski area, will be developing 69 new guest rooms in the Presidential Wing.
Tru by Hilton, Merrimack Valley
Tru by Hilton, a midscale, brand new 125 room hotel is expected to open Summer 2020 in the Mill District.
White Mountain Hotel & Resort, North Conway
The hotel plans to break ground on an expansion that will feature 40 new superior guest rooms and suites, a new ballroom featuring over 3,000 sq. ft. of meeting and function space, plus a new club house and pro shop for the Hales Location Golf Course. Expected opening date is June 1, 2021.
Dancing Lion Chocolate, Manchester
Every Saturday from 7pm to 10pm, guests can enjoy a house-made, exquisite dessert. Think dark chocolate cake layered with pistachio almond nougat or poached pears in egg custard with Ghana dark chocolate. Named as the 2019 Best Artisan Chocolatiers in New England.
Bretton Woods, Bretton Woods
Bretton Woods introduced NH’s first eight-passenger Gondola that travels at 1,200-feet per minute, debuting for the ‘19-20 ski season. In addition, construction on a 16,000 square-foot on-mountain dining-and-event venue is underway with an anticipated open date of summer 2020.
Strawbery Banke Museum, Portsmouth
June 1st Strawbery Banke will open a new exhibit on how sea level rise is affecting historic places, including the South End neighborhood of Portsmouth where the museum is located.
Arts & Culture
New Hampshire Arts Association, Portsmouth
The NH Art Association, the oldest statewide art association in NH, celebrates its 80th anniversary in 2020. NHAA is open year round and features the work of 280 artists across a wide variety of media. There will be special exhibits throughout the year! Free and open to the public.
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