7 Unforgettable Tours Everyone In New Hampshire Should Take At Least Once
There’s a lot to do in New Hampshire. Our state is full of outdoor attractions, museums and amazing dining. With all of that to choose from, it’s sometimes easy to forget that New Hampshire also has some unforgettable tours that are well-worth a try. This winter, be a tourist in your own state and take one of these New Hampshire tours that everyone should try at least once.
1. The State House, Concord
In New Hampshire, love of freedom and accountability for the government are both held dear. Why not learn more about the state's political history at a State House tour? The State House is open for visitors from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and tours can be booked online.
2. America's Stonehenge, Salem
An ancient archaeological site, a stop on the underground railroad, or a hoax? Decide for yourself after taking a self-guided audio tour around these ruins and caves.
3. Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Merrimack
Find out how America's favorite beer is made and even taste a bit as you tour the Bud brewery in Merrimack. Best of all, tours are free, and offered Thurs through Monday year-round.
4. The Robert Frost Farm, Derry
One of America's most beloved poets lived right here in New Hampshire, and you can learn about his life and work at a tour of his Derry homestead.
5. Moonlight Meadery, Londonderry
Learn about the history and making of honey wine and try some for yourself at this New Hampshire tour, offered daily.
6. Maple Tours
Once the sap starts running, New Hampshire abounds with Maple Tours. Learn how the sweet stuff is made at tours like the one offered at Parker's Maple Barn in Mason.
7. Snowmobile Tours
The Northern New Hampshire woods are buzzing with snow mobiles during the winter. Check out tour companies like Northern Extremes in Barlett that will rent you a snowmobile and take you deep into the woods on the ride of your life!
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