New Hampshire

Average flight time from UK: 12 hours    Capital: Concord



Nestled in the heart of New England, New Hampshire is a gem waiting to be discovered. With Maine's rugged coast to the east, Vermont's verdant mountains to the west, Massachusetts' rich history to the south, and Canada's vast expanses to the north, it's an essential destination for any autumn road trip enthusiast. This state, a vital piece of the New England tapestry, offers leafy splendor and an air of unhurried tranquility.


In the genteel Concord, New Hampshire's state capital, charm and history whisper through the small, refined streets. Portsmouth, a city where the past meets the present on the Piscataqua River, boasts the Strawberry Banke Museum, preserving centuries-old buildings. Manchester, not just the largest city but a cultural beacon, houses treasures like the Currier Art Museum.

Though New Hampshire boasts the shortest seafront of any coastal state, its 18 miles of coastline are nothing short of majestic. Inland, the pristine White Mountain National Forest, crowned by Mount Washington, the tallest peak in New England, beckons adventurers and nature lovers alike. Lake Winnipesaukee, at the state's heart, offers serene beauty perfect for reflection and relaxation.


For thrill-seekers, the state's steep terrain provides some of the Northeast's best skiing, with destinations like Wildcat Mountain and Cannon Mountain. The Kancamagus Scenic Byway, a local favorite, winds through the White Mountain National Forest, offering breathtaking views and access to hiking trails, especially spectacular in the autumn months.

But New Hampshire isn't just about natural beauty. The state takes pride in its tax-free shopping, from bustling malls in Concord and Manchester to the bargain-filled Merrimack Premium Outlets. Local cuisine is another highlight, from March's maple season in Sugar Hill to the fresh seafood of Portsmouth's Sanders Fish Market.


For those who seek the arts, the state is home to Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the famed sculptor behind the "Standing Lincoln." His Cornish studio is a testament to his genius and open for visitors. History buffs will revel in Portsmouth's living history museums and timeless towns, while outdoor enthusiasts will find endless activities, from hiking Mount Monadnock to bouldering in Pawtuckaway State Park.


New Hampshire is a patchwork of quintessential New England villages, scenic forests, inviting lakes, and a rich tapestry of outdoor recreation opportunities. From sleigh rides and skiing to climbing and moose safaris, each season brings its own unique charm and array of activities. Whether you're exploring the heights of the White Mountains or enjoying the calm of the lakes, this state welcomes you with open arms and a smile, ready to show off its New England charm, diverse regions, and rich history.


Visit New Hampshire for an authentic experience that's as varied as it is delightful, where every journey is an invitation to come back for more.

      Discover New Hampshire: A Quintessential New England Journey

 Discover the unique allure of New Hampshire 

Hidden Gems:

  1. Fuller Gardens, North Hampton: Venture beyond the coast to these 1920s-era gardens, a botanical dream featuring English, Japanese, and rose gardens, perfect for a peaceful stroll amidst diverse plant species​​.
  2. Benson Park, Hudson: Explore the intriguing former zoo, now a park, where you can step into old animal cages and contemplate the notion of freedom and captivity​​.
  3. Diana’s Baths, Bartlett: A series of small waterfalls within the White Mountain National Forest, offering a serene setting for summer paddles and a glimpse into local folklore​​.
  4. The Ramparts, Bean’s Purchase: A natural formation of jumbled boulders in Carter Notch, offering solitude and striking views, especially enchanting in the early morning light​​.
  5. Leg Grave, Washington: Pay respects at the unique grave of Captain Samuel Jones' amputated leg, a curious historical footnote and a macabre attraction​​.
  6. Mount Kearsarge Native American Indian Museum, Warner: Delve into New Hampshire's cultural heritage and learn about the state’s original inhabitants through exhibits and natural trails​​.

Must-Do Activities:

  1. Shelburne Moriah Mountain, Shelburne: For the avid hiker, this lesser-known mountain offers tranquil trails and stunning views, making the challenging climb worthwhile​​.
  2. Incredible Pond, Pawtuckaway: A challenging hike to a secluded pond that rewards with serene views and photogenic, sunlit reflections​​.
  3. Corner House Inn, Center Sandwich: Savor traditional New England fare in this rustic and award-winning inn, complete with storytelling dinners and live music​​.
  4. Hood Museum of Art, Hanover: Art lovers shouldn't miss this diverse collection at Dartmouth College, featuring global works from various time periods and cultures​​.
  5. Distant Hill Gardens, Walpole: Wander through 58 acres of landscaped beauty, learning about gardening and native plant species while enjoying the wildlife​​.
  6. The Crystal Quail, Center Barnstead: A culinary delight set in an 18th-century building, offering a unique dining experience with a "verbal menu" of seasonal, locally sourced dishes​​.

Instagrammable Spots:

  1. Frost Point, Rye: Capture stunning sunsets over Little Harbor or the Gulf of Maine from this tranquil coastal area within Odiorne State Park​​.
  2. Smith Chapel, Durham: A picturesque Gothic revival chapel nestled in lush greenery, offering a quaint and photogenic New England backdrop​​.
  3. Cat Alley, Manchester: Snap vibrant photos of large, quirky cat murals in this public art space, sure to add a splash of color and whimsy to your feed​​.
  4. Rye Airfield, Rye: For action shots, visit New England's largest skate park, capturing the energy and skill of local skateboarders and bikers​​.
  5. Wentworth by the Sea, New Castle: This historic and luxurious hotel, with its cinematic past and stately architecture, makes for a sophisticated and dramatic photo setting​​.
  6. Chicken Farmer Rock, Newbury: Add a quirky touch to your profile with a snapshot of this roadside graffiti, a testament to enduring love and local folklore​​.

This diverse list of attractions ensures a memorable and picturesque journey through New Hampshire's landscapes, culture, and history. Whether you're seeking adventure, tranquility, or artistic inspiration, these spots provide a rich tapestry of experiences that showcase the state's unique charm.

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   Time difference to the UK - 8 hours

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