On the map, New Hampshire seems a small state, but its diverse regions offer a variety of destinations for the visitor—from wide, sandy ocean beaches to the soaring peaks of the highest mountains in the northeast. Along stone wall-lined roads lie quintessential New England villages, culturally-rich cities, miles of scenic forests and parks, inviting lakes, flowing rural landscapes and friendly people known for their hospitality.

New Hampshire is a state rich in history and culture. Its attractions are authentic: Wolfeboro, America’s oldest summer resort; Canterbury Shaker Village, a living museum of the Shaker’s extraordinary way of life and handcrafts; and Portsmouth’s Stawbery Banke where you can stroll through four hundred years of American heritage.

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