The Oldest Covered Bridge In New Hampshire Has Been Around Since 1829

The Granite State does a lot of things well, but history and beauty are some of the best. There are tons of ways to experience both of these things (have you checked out the fall foliage mountain coaster?) and we’re always on the looking for new and unexpected ones. This covered bridge in Bath (or Haverill depending on how you look at it!) offers both quintessential charm and some interesting history.

You can visit the Bath-Haverill bridge any time. It’s closed to cars, making it easy to stroll across without the added worry of traffic. You can learn more about it on the New Hampshire site.

Trying to fit in those last few spectacular autumn trips this year? Check out these 8 unique ways to view fall foliage here in New Hampshire.


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