Places in New Hampshire

With the wide array of tourist destinations ranging from historical museums to the picturesque state parks, New Hampshire offers great fun.

Location Map of Places to visit in New Hampshire

The famous places in New Hampshire are:

  • Mount Washington State Park: Located in New Hampshire, United States of America, Mount Washington State Park is the tallest mountain peak in the entire northeast United States. The park is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest. Also the park is home to the Mount Washington Observatory.

  • Jericho Mountain State Park: Located in the White Mountains, New Hampshire, the Jericho Mountain State Park is one of the most scenic places in the state. It is also known as the Jericho Lake State Park. The park was created in 2005. Visitors in the park can enjoy swimming, fishing, and canoeing.

  • Governor John Langdon Mansion: Built in 1784 by John Langdon, the Governor John Langdon House is a national historic landmark. It is also known as Governor John Langdon Mansion. The museum was designated a historic landmark in 1974. The exhibits in the museum portray the history of the early colony of New Hampshire and the Colonial Revival movement of the early twentieth century.

  • Merrimack Valley: It is a region along the Merrimack River in the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts. One of the larger waterways in the region, the valley served as a major center of the textile industry in the nation in the nineteenth century. The area is composed of many beautiful cities like Concord, Manchester, Nashua, Lowell, Lawrence, and Newburyport.

  • State ParksBear Brook State Park, Ahern State Park, Ellacoya State Park, Jericho Mountain State Park, Pillsbury State Park
    BeachesHampton Beach, Pleasure Beach, Clinton Town Beach, Sandy Beach, Crescent Beach
    MuseumsAmerican Independence Museum, Barrett House, Currier Museum of Art, New England Ski Museum, Woodman Institute Museum
    Historical LandmarksCanterbury Shaker Village, John Sullivan House, Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, Matthew Thornton House, Governor John Langdon Mansion
    Other PlacesMerrimack Valley, Mount Washington State Park, White Mountain National Forest, Waterville Valley, Manchester

  • New England Ski Museum: One of the four ski museums in the United States, the New England Ski Museum was founded in 1977. It is dedicated to preserving the history of commercial and recreational skiing in the northeastern United States.

Last Updated Date: August 31th, 2017