New Hampshire Tourist Attractions Part1

New Hampshire Tourist Attractions Part1

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3 Popular Attractions In New Hampshire

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  • New Hampshire Facts

    • The Mount Washington auto road at Great Glen is New Hampshire’s oldest manmade tourist attraction.
    • The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium in Concord is a state-of-the art planetarium dedicated to the memory of New Hampshire teacher Christa McAuliffe, who died in the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.
    • The first capital city of New Hampshire was in Exeter.
    • New Hampshire’s Mount Washington is one the windiest places on earth.
    • The record for the highest wind speed over land in the United States was recorded on Mount Washington April 12, 1934. The wind gust clocked in at 231 miles per hour. This is also the second highest wind speed over land recorded in the world.
    New Hampshire
    State of New Hampshire
    Nickname(s):

    The Granite State[1]
    The White Mountain State[2]
    Motto(s):

    Anthem:Old New Hampshire[3]
    Map of the United States with New Hampshire highlighted

    Map of the United States with New Hampshire highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Province of New Hampshire
    Admitted to the Union June 21, 1788 (9th)
    Capital Concord
    Largest city Manchester
    Largest metro and urban areas Greater Boston (combined)
    Manchester–Nashua (metro)
    Nashua (urban)
    Government

    Governor Chris Sununu (R)
    Senate President Chuck Morse (R)[4]
    Legislature General Court
    Upper house Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary New Hampshire Supreme Court
    U.S. senators Jeanne Shaheen (D)
    Maggie Hassan (D)
    U.S. House delegation 1: Chris Pappas (D)
    2: Ann McLane Kuster (D) (list)
    Area

    •Total 9,349sqmi (24,214[5]km2)
    •Rank 46th
    Dimensions

    •Length 190mi (305km)
    •Width 68mi (110km)
    Elevation

    1,000ft (300m)
    Highestelevation

    6,288ft (1,916.66m)
    Lowestelevation

    (Atlantic Ocean[7])
    0ft (0m)
    Population

    (2020)
    •Total 1,377,529
    •Rank 41st
    •Density 147.3/sqmi (56.9/km2)
    •Rank 21st
    Median household income

    $73,381[8]
    •Income rank

    8th
    Demonym(s) Granite Stater,
    New Hampshirite
    Language

    Official language English[9]
    (French allowed for official business with Quebec)[10]
    Time zone UTC−05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−04:00 (EDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    NH
    ISO 3166 code US-NH
    Traditional abbreviation N.H.
    Latitude 42° 42′ N to 45° 18′ N
    Longitude 70° 36′ W to 72° 33′ W
    Website www.nh.gov

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    4 thoughts on “New Hampshire Tourist Attractions Part1

    1. Do not know exactly where Echo Lake is. Love the other White Mountains locations described, and glad I got to see the "Old Man" before he collapsed.

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