12 Best Tourist Attractions in New Hampshire USA

12 Best Tourist Attractions in New Hampshire USA

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3 Popular Attractions In New Hampshire

  • Canobie Lake Park: Amusement park in Salem, New Hampshire.
  • New Hampshire Facts

    • The Mount Washington auto road at Great Glen is New Hampshire’s oldest manmade tourist attraction.
    • Alexandria was the birthplace of Luther C. Ladd, the first enlisted soldier to lose his life in the Civil War.
    • New Hampshire did not officially adopt a state flag until 1909. Prior to that, New Hampshire had numerous regimental flags to represent the state. The present flag has only been changed once, in 1931 when the state’s seal was modified.
    • The Pembroke Glass Works produced crown window glass from 1839 until 1850. The process of gathering molten glass on a blowpipe, and blowing the glass into a balloon shape. The blowpipe is removed, a solid “punty” rod is attached and the glass is spun rapidly until a disc is formed. When the glass cools the outer portion beyond the central knob is then cut into panes.
    • The first free public library supported by taxation in the United States was founded on April 9, 1833 in Peterborough, New Hampshire.
    Pembroke, New Hampshire
    Town Hall in 2020

    Town Hall in 2020
    Official seal of Pembroke, New Hampshire

    Motto(s):

    “Prosper in Pembroke”
    Location in Merrimack County and the state of New Hampshire.

    Location in Merrimack County and the state of New Hampshire.
    Coordinates:

    43°08′48″N 71°27′27″W / 43.14667°N 71.45750°W / 43.14667; -71.45750Coordinates: 43°08′48″N 71°27′27″W / 43.14667°N 71.45750°W / 43.14667; -71.45750 Country United States State New Hampshire County Merrimack Incorporated 1759 Villages Pembroke
    NorthPembroke
    PembrokeHill
    Suncook (part) Government

    Board of Selectmen Ann Bond, Chair
    Richard Bean, Vice Chair
    Sandy Goulet
    Karen Yeaton •Town Administrator David Jodoin Area

    •Total 22.8sqmi (59.1km2) •Land 22.6sqmi (58.6km2) •Water 0.2sqmi (0.5km2) 0.76% Elevation

    413ft (126m) Population

    (2020)[2]
    •Total 7,207 •Density 318/sqmi (122.9/km2) Time zone UTC−5 (Eastern) •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (Eastern) ZIP Code
    03275
    Area code(s) 603 Exchanges: 268,485 FIPS code 33-60020 GNIS feature ID 0873696 Website www.pembroke-nh.com

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    New Hampshire is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States. It is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north. New Hampshire is the 5th smallest by area and the 10th least populous of the 50 states. Concord is the state capital, while Manchester is the largest city in the state.

    14 thoughts on “12 Best Tourist Attractions in New Hampshire USA

    1. I love NH, and have seen most of the state (though have never hiked to Diana's Baths – the only site of the 12 I missed), am surprised you missed two of the most beautiful and popular spots – the Kanc, and Lake Winnipesaukee. I did like your technique of moving from postcard shot and then a clear focus high resolution close-up of each attraction, and the music was pleasant. What I did not like was going to the green background slide with writing to describe the site in more detail. Would have been nicer to keep seeing the site, and listen to a brief narration, as opposed to quickly reading text, with the site blocked. Thank you for including St Gaudens in Cornish, a place too often missed. Obviously there were other things you could have added, as SW NH got left off, and the Dartmouth campus and Hanover are lovely, too – but I do understand, you lose viewers if a video is too long, though a couple could have been combined, and maybe add Monadnock (the most hiked mountain in the NE) or Keene, Ken Burns hometown. Very nice video!

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