7 Historic Towns In New Hampshire That Will Transport You To The Past

New Hampshire was founded on January 5, 1776 which means the state offers almost 250 years of history. Within that time there have been some good times and bad times. All of it is important to remember. While we might not have been paying full attention in history classes growing up, today we can see a lot of the past reflected in towns across the state. These are just a few and each one is worth visiting!

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What are some of your favorite historic towns in New Hampshire? Are there any must-see and do activities in the ones we’ve listed here? Let us know in the comments!

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