Take This Quirky Road Trip To Visit New Hampshire’s Most Unique Roadside Attractions

Anyone who has lived in or visited New Hampshire knows that this place has so much to offer, you could enjoy a different activity each weekend. Most people think of outdoor activities like hiking and swimming, but we think there’s something special about simply driving through the state to see what stands out. And, we promise, there’s a lot that stands out! This is especially true if you’re a lover of all things unique. See some of our favorite unique sights on this road trip to the state’s best roadside attractions. You can follow the exact directions by checking out this Google map.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

What are some of your favorite unexpected roadside stops? From restaurants to historical markers, we know there are plenty we didn’t include so go ahead and share your picks in the comments so we can check them out!

After you’ve taken this road trip, you’ll want to start planning your next. If you have time in June we have the perfect outing! Take this road trip to the 3 most eye-popping lupine fields in New Hampshire.

Address: USS Albacore Museum, 600 Market St, Portsmouth, NH 03801, USA
Address: Yankee Siege, 171 Forest Rd, Greenfield, NH 03047, USA
Address: Granite State Candy Shoppe, 13 Warren St, Concord, NH 03301, USA
Address: Memorial Arch of Tilton, 5 Memorial St, Northfield, NH 03276, USA
Address: Redstone Rocket, Water Street, Warren, NH, USA
Address: Polly's Pancake Parlor, 672 Sugar Hill Rd, Sugar Hill, NH 03586, USA
Address: Betty and Barney Hill Historical Marker, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA
Address: Clarks Trading Post Road, Clarks Trading Post Rd, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA