New Hampshire Winter December 18, 2016
by Kelly A. Burch 9 Main Streets In New Hampshire That Are Pure Magic During Christmastime
We’ve got about one more week to enjoy all things Christmas. For a small state, New Hampshire has a lot of holiday spirit, from Christmas festivals to light displays. If you’re looking to do a little last minute Christmas shopping and enjoy the holiday spirit, there is no better way than to head to one of these Main Streets that will make your New Hampshire Christmas pure magic. You can enjoy the lights and window displays, and also support small business right here in New Hampshire.
1. Main Street, Concord
Whether you're looking at the Christmas tree outside the statehouse, or shopping in the state capital, a trip to Main Street in Concord is full of holiday cheer.
2. Main Street, Stark
With it's white chapel and covered bridge both illuminated, Stark has become one of the most icon images of Christmas in New Hampshire.
3. Broad Street, Claremont
For a little town, Claremont has a lot of light displays, one of the most beautiful in Broad Street Park. The lights and Christmas trees in the shadow of the old Opera House are stunning.
4. Main Street, Keene
Christmas spirit abounds in Keene, where Maine street is decorated and plenty of adorable shops are brimming with gifts.
5. Market Street, Portsmouth
Portsmouth is absolutely magical at Christmas, full of old-fashioned decorations and unique shops (not to mention great restaurants!).
6. Main Street, Nashua
Starting with the Christmas Stroll and continuing throughout December, downtown Nashua is charming.
7. Pelham Road, Hudson
It's not Main Street, but Pelham Road is the main Christmas destination in Hudson, because of the impressive and expansive Christmas light display at 75 Pelham Road.
8. Main Street, North Conway
This holiday destination is full of great shopping, adorable shops and plenty of fun activities.
9. Main Street, Hanover
Main Street in Hanover is full of boutique shops, and the Christmas tree on the green of Dartmouth College is absolutely adorable.
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ten best Christmas towns in New Hampshire!
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