Arts, Entertainment and Adventure in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is the face of diversity. From gallery walks to live music to outdoor adventures, you can never run out of things to do.

What we all love about New Hampshire is that it is a place for introverts and extroverts alike. It offers the beautiful outdoors for thrill seekers while presenting museums, exhibitions, and film screenings.

ARTS

Who wouldn’t get inspired by New Hampshire’s resilient beauty and captivating spirit? Housing local artists and craftsman, New Hampshire delivers masterpieces of American and European Art. Monadnock Visual Arts Tour focuses from art studios to galleries to restaurants that exhibit works by local artists like painters and photographers.

image001The Curriercradles 13,000 artworks by famous artists like Monet. Children would never be bored because The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire would definitely stir their curiosity.  They could dig dinosaur bones or build flying machines.

(Photo courtesy of Blanchetour)

ENTERTAINMENT

Good news: LIVE MUSIC! Better news: EVERY NIGHT!

Casino Ballroom in Hampton Beach is the fieriest place for music lovers. The Hampton Beach Casino complex was built in the 1900s, it is the best den for music lovers. They have a calendar of performances available on their website so you would know what to expect. Another great thing about Hampton beach is the free outdoor concerts during the summer months! What a great way to spend a night under the stars!

If you are looking for intimate venues, Tupelo Music Hall inLondonderry, Concord’s Capitol Center for the Arts and Portsmouth’s historic Music Hall are the places to go. Because New Hampshire definitely values romance, couples will love the sunset dinner dance on Lake Winnipesaukee aboard M/s Mount Washington. There are endless things to discover in New Hampshire.image002

(Photo courtesy of Stonehurst Manor)

ADVENTURE

Are you a fan of the sun and the outdoors? There are countless of things to do and myriad experiences to feel once you start exploring New Hampshire.

Rent a canoe, Kayak and may your way around small islands at Pawtuckaway State Park. Great for beginners. You can also hike your way to Arethusa Falls in Bretton Woods. Devour the smell of nature and the music brought about by the rushing water.

Reach the clouds aboard the Cog Express on the Cog Railways. It goes straight to Mount Washington, the Northeast’s highest summit. On a clear day, you would be able to overlook New England which will warm your eye.

If you are up to a more sizzling adventure, hang glide or paraglide at Morningside Flight Park.Located in Charlestown, just near Connecticut River, learn your way on flying with Morningside Flight Park. They also offer zipline and laser tag. You can also build your tent on the park (or use one of their platform tents with a choice of full or queen-size bed). Enjoy the rest of the day in their swimming ponds and playing fields.

During winters, you can check New Hampshire’s Ice Castle in Lincoln. It is an acre-wide sensation made by Brent Christensen using only icicles and water.

Having fun will only be just an itinerary away. Pack your bags, put on your best travel outfit and make that dream holiday come true at New Hampshire.

 

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