New Hampshire October 06, 2017
These Are The 9 Places You Must Bring Anyone Who Visits You in New Hampshire
If you live in New Hampshire and have friends or family from outside the region, it’s more than likely that you get your fair share of visitors – especially in the fall! The charm of our lakes, mountains, and seacoast are certainly a draw. If you find yourself playing host, however, you might struggle to entertain visitors – it’s easy to forget the attractions right here in our state when you live here year round. Here’s the list that you absolutely must check off!
1. Mount Washington
The tallest peak in New Hampshire offers truly unbelievable views. Unless your guests are serious hikers, your best bet is probably either the
Portsmouth has everything visitors to New England are looking for - seaside charm, fantastic restaurants (especially seafood!), and gorgeous historical buildings. It's the perfect place for a day trip or a longer stay.
3. On a Whale Watch
Atlantic Whale Watch in Rye is a great option to see some incredible whales. Even if your guests aren't into that, a boat ride in New Hampshire is pretty much non-negotiable. Here's a list of
4. Coombs Covered Bridge
You simply can't visit New Hampshire and not drive over a covered bridge. Coombs Covered Bridge in Winchester is a perfect choice, but if that's too far out of your way, this
covered bridges road trip
should give you plenty of options!
5. For a Drive on the Kanc
We have one of the most gorgeous scenic drives in America right here, and it would be a shame to let your guests leave the state without taking them to see these scenes.
6. Arethusa Falls
New Hampshire has plenty of gorgeous waterfalls and swimming holes. We're particularly partial to Arethusa Falls in Crawford Notch.
7. Smuttynose Brewing Company
New Hampshire's brewing scene is exploding, and Smuttynose is one of the best breweries in the state. If that isn't convenient, try one of
8. Hampton Beach
Guests visiting from the middle of the country? You can guarantee that they'll want to go to a beach while they're on the East Coast. Hampton Beach is the obvious choice, but there are fantastic spots on our beautiful lakes as well.
9. Rattlesnake Mountain
Hiking is the best way to admire New Hampshire's natural beauty. If you don't want to commit to a massive expedition,
is a great approachable hike.
What do you think of our list? Where do you bring visitors to the Granite State?