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New Hampshire is a best getaway for romantic adventures, and to visit diverse vacation spots. The antiqued towns, and historical locations are also an attraction for the travelers. New Hampshire is full of beaches, seaports, huge mountains and thick forests making it a best place for outdoor activities. Monadnock State Park is one of a known skiing and hiking trail open for whole year. Similarly, if you are a nature lover then Crawford Notch State Park has opportunities of watching fauna and flora, waterfalls and mountains. Bretton Woods Mountain Resort with its snow packed mountaintops is another option for skiing. Concord as a capital of New Hampshire has splendid State House, eye catching old building, restaurants and cafes to give. A cultural and commercial center Keene is well known for its old fashioned buildings, churches, student body, and annual Keene Pumpkin festival. Near Boston and Atlantic Ocean resides the Manchester city that offers White Mountains National Forest, Currier museum of Arts, and several other educational institutes.
The Children's Museum offers dozens of activities and exhibits. Learn about the arts and sciences through our engaging exhibits, which encourage a child's natural curiosity and sense of wonder.
The New Hampshire Snowmobile Museum is a one-of-a-kind museum complex boasting a collection of over 80 snow-traveling machines and a large collection of snowmobile memorabilia.
Discover the beautiful home, studios and gardens of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors. Over 100 of his artworks can be seen in the galleries, from heroic public monuments to expressive portrait reliefs, and the gold coins which changed the look of American coinage
The Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum/Max I Silber Scouting Library represents an exciting, unique, and colorful repository for an exceedingly large collection of Boy Scout memorabilia and an exceptional Scouting Library. Artifacts relating to Scouting in New Hampshire, New England, the Unit
Feel the forces created by a gyroscope! Experiment with robots! Look through a periscope! Send a whisper across the room! Touch and try exhibits on light, electricity, forces, momentum, sound & much more! SEE has been getting kids from toddlers to teens excited about science since 1986