Things To Do In New Hampshire  

The state of New Hampshire has many attractions and leisure activities to offer families and individuals. It is replete with historical sites, train rides and nature centers that can keep you busy for hours together. Majority of the attraction sites in the state a family oriented. So, one can say that there a numerous things to do in New Hampshire.

There are lakes, beaches and water fun, outdoor adventure, Scenic drives and rides, covered bridges, winter recreation like skiing, playing golf, shopping, antiquing, spas and well being, nature visit, art and entertainment, markets and fairs, mills and main streets.

An exclusive museum of family camping dedicated in the name of Roy B Heise, and it is called the Museum of Family Camping. The museum is located in Allenstown. It has various treasures that depict the long and vast history of family camping.

One can do the river walk bridge on the 352 foot, Warren Truss pedestrian bridge. This bridge is over the Ammonoosuc River, and it is the only covered bridge found in Littleton, New Hampshire. Then there is Canobie Lake Park that has about 85 rides, games and attractions with loads of entertainment for one to go through. Other centers of attraction are the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, Margret and HA Rey Center, Polly's Pancake Parlor, Franco-American Centre and Rumble Tumble in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

A refreshing experience in terms of fishing can be done in New Hampshire. Eastman's Fishing Fleet at Seabrook, New Hampshire offers Deep Sea Fishing, Whale Watching, Cruises, Private Charters, and Platypus Tours. Various outdoor adventure options are available like hiking and climbing, biking, walking, equestrian, kayaking and canoeing. There are various historical state parks and historical itineraries that one can enjoy visiting. Nature related activities include animal sighting.

The state of New Hampshire is renowned for its art scene and shows. Be is music, theater or art, you can get it all at New Hampshire in the Verizon Wireless Area, Currier Museum of Art, Capitol Center and Stone Church. These are places that you should visit without fail if you want to feel the essence of the state.

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Things To Do In New Hampshire




Who-Founded-New-Hampshire      New Hampshire was initially populated by Native American tribes, among them were the Amoskeag, Abenaki, Pennacook and the Sokoki. They lived in rambling and spread out villages. Growing corn was their major task. Apart from that they also did trading of furs and fish. More..




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