Nothing is as charming as fall in New Hampshire, unless you add admiring a covered bridge stretching elegantly over a babbling river or mountain stream to the equation. Our stunning state is full of covered bridges, from long expanses traveled by thousands to tiny constructions destined for private use. No matter what their size, New Hampshire covered bridges are quaint, and they seem to bring you right back to a quieter, simpler time. Here are just a few of our favorite covered bridges in New Hampshire. Which ones are your favorite?

Don’t you feel calmer just looking at them? Wonderful, aren’t they? Did your favorite covered bridges in New Hampshire make the list? If not, what would you have added? Tell us your picks in the comments! For those who are still searching “covered bridges near me,” we recommend our covered bridges of New Hampshire road trip.

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What are some enchanting places in New Hampshire?  

New Hampshire is a truly beautiful state; we’re incredibly lucky to be able to call such a fairy-tale perfect place home. There are so many wildly photogenic, enchanting places in New Hampshire that it’s pretty much impossible to list them all in a short paragraph, but some spots do come to mind first and foremost:

  • Did you know the second-most hiked mountain in the world is right here in this state? Sure is! Hike Mount Monadock for some absolutely unreal views of the world around you.
  • A nice, relaxing drive along the Mount Washington Auto Road is also bucket-list worthy thanks to its absolutely amazing views (which are ridiculously beautiful even for New Hampshire, which is already just awe-inspiring).
  • There are also beaches galore, like Hampton Beach, and the Isle of Shoals is to die for. While you’re there, make sure to check out the lighthouse!

For more information about all these ideas and then some, be sure to check out this article of the ultimate New Hampshire bucket list items. 

Where are some interesting historic places in New Hampshire?  

New Hampshire is an old state, and with so many decades of existence comes plentiful places filled with intriguing or otherwise significant history:

  • There’s the Jackson House, in Portsmouth, which just so happens to be the oldest surviving wood-frame home in the state, built back in 1664 on a stunning 25 acres. Check it out to be transported back to another time!
  • There’s also the old Enfield Shaker Village, in Enfield, which is where you can find the oldest Shaker Dwelling House in existence.
  • In New Castle, you’ll find The Fort Constitution Historic Site, which was once a military fort featuring a lighthouse that you can check out to this day.
  • There’s also the Cog Railway, the Franklin Pierce Homestead, and so much more.  

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