New Hampshire is easy on the eyes in the most
arresting ways at various times of the year. Landscapes vary
capriciously across its 9,350 square miles—from the sandy ‘Seacoast’ in the coastal lowlands of the eastern shore
and Gaelic green pastures in the Eastern New England
Upland to the towering rock face of Cannon Mountain in
the northern White Mountains region, all this variation
comes with a wide range of must-sees.
Here are a few things to do and experience across the
state that you may not want to miss.
Portsmouth, of Course
An hour from Boston, Portsmouth is everything one
could hope for in a day trip, an overnight, or a lifetime.
Ecogastronomy, hundreds of actual working artists, gener-ational ;sherman, indie ;lm houses, and the ‘best Halloween in the country’ are just a few thing for which it’s known.
Drink Kate the Great
Famously good beer born right here in Portsmouth—
a great place to begin your tasting tour.
Home of the Free
35 REASONS TO VISIT NEW HAMPSHIRE By Jamie Penn
True to their state motto, “Live Free or Die,” New Hampshirites aren’t known to put on airs. And the beauty of it is that they don’t have to. ;e charm of New Hampshire is that it’s everything most people could want in a state, but there’s not a whole lot of bragging about it. It’s quietly breathtaking, simultaneously quaint and progressive, and historically ‘what you
see is what you get.’ New Hampshire is Popeye meets Leonardo DiCaprio. It is what it is with an
elegant, hip, wholesome twist.