New Hampshire February 12, 2017
These 9 Romantic Spots In New Hampshire Are Perfect To Take That Special Someone
With snow, ice and cold winds, winter isn’t always the most romantic time in New Hampshire. However, with Valentine’s Day coming up, now is the time to take your someone special to the best romantic spots in the Granite State. From museums to special spots outside, we’ve found the most romantic places in New Hampshire, so you have no excuse not to set up an amazing date.
1. Andres Institute of Art, Brookline
The Andres Institute of Art in Brookline is an outdoor art museum filled with larger than life sculptures. Best of all, it's free and open to the public. You can stroll the trails and enjoy the New Hampshire nature and stunning art. Located at 98 Route 13, Brookline.
2. Vicuna Chocolate, Peterborough
At Vicuna Chocolate, you'll enjoy small-batch hand-made chocolate. You can sit in the sweet cafe and sip chocolate or take home a chocolate heart that your special someone will love. Plus, the charming town of Peterborough is perfect for exploring with the person you love. Located at 15 Main Street, Peterborough.
3. Currier Museum of Art, Manchester
You'll be struck by arrows of love at New Hampshire's biggest art museum. Located at 150 Ash Street, Manchester.
4. Nestlenook Farm Resort, Jackson
Nestlenook Farm Resort in Jackson is a winter wonderland. You can sip hot cocoa by the fire and ice skate on the beautiful pond. Located at 66 Dinsmore Road, Jackson.
5. Ice Castles, Lincoln
The Ice Castles in Lincoln are lit up pink for love this month. The romance of this place is enough to melt even the most frozen hearts. Located at 64 Railroad Street, Lincoln.
6. A Sugar Shack
February is usually the start of the maple season in New Hampshire, and many local sugar shacks offer tours where you can learn about how the sweet stuff is collected and made into the Maple Syrup we all love. The warm air and tight spaces just add to the romance.
7. Diana's Baths, North Conway
New Hampshire's natural attractions are still full of romance during the winter, and Diana's Baths is one of the best. The short walk to this frozen waterfall is gorgeous and the series of falls is stunning year round. Located off Westside Road in North Conway.
8. Art Escape, Laconia
Is there anything more romantic than working together to create something for your home? We think not. At Art Escape, you can try your hand at everything from pottery to painting, and have a lot of fun along the way. Located at 371 Union Avenue, Laconia.
9. The Kancamagus Highway
If you prefer your winter romance without the chilly temperatures, take a drive along the Kancamagus Highway. The views of mountains and rivers are spectacular and the towns are filled with fun things to do.
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