Visit New Hampshire

Live Free or Die


From the top of Mount Washington to Hampton Beach

New Hampshire, the Granite State, and the ninth of the thirteen states to sign the Declaration of Independence, has it all, with a rich history (the first skirmish of the Revolutionary War was fought at Fort William and Mary in New Castle in 1775), centuries-old, colonial architecture, grand, historic hotels, the highest mountain east of the Mississippi River, broad, sandy, North Atlantic beaches, mountain lakes and streams, waterfalls, covered bridges, lighthouses, renowned universities, and four distinct seasons to enjoy them in. 

Indeed, if there is anything other than palm trees missing here, for families, couples, skiers, surfers, hikers, deep-sea fishermen, theater-goers, history-lovers, or adventurers young or old, we can’t think of anything …  If there is, we would love to hear about it.


Rye is a beautiful, seaside bedroom community stretching between the Hamptons and Portsmouth, perhaps best known for its sandy beaches …


Sand sculptures in the early evening sun during the International Sand Sculpture competition at Hampton Beach

Hampton, the home of Hampton Beach State Park, where the population expands on summer weekends from about 15,000 to more than 150,000 … 

Isles Of Shoals

Historic buildings overlooking the North Atlantic on Star Island in the Isles of Shoals

The Isles of Shoals is a cluster of nine small islands and tidal shoals, four in New Hampshire and five in Maine, five miles off the coast of Rye, New Hampshire …


Historic Portsmouth, founded in 1623, was already 166 years old when President Washington visited New Hampshire’s only seaport in 1789 …

Strawbery Banke

New Castle

New Castle the smallest town in New Hampshire, entirely contained on an island surrounded by saltwater at the mouth of the Piscataqua River…

Lobster boats in New Castle New Hampshire viewed from the Piscataqua River.


Hanover is an historic and picturesque town of about 12,000 residents, chartered in 1761 along the east bank of the Connecticut River …

Historic, Dartmouth College classroom building facing the Dartmouth Green

Mountains Region

North Conway is one of the best getaway destinatioon in the North East …

North Conway Scenic Railroad Train Locomotive

Lakes Region

The Lakes Region  features many lakes for watersport enthusiasts.

Frozen Lake - Moultonbourough NH

North Conway

Regularly one of the top ski towns in America. A yer round sports and family vacation and getaway destination.

Tee box on a North Conway New Hampshire golf course


The 93 corridor includes the notch, Waterville, Loon, Lincoln and Cannon. Hiking, skiing and leaf peeping keep visitors coming.

The iconic Old Man of the Mountain, also known as the Great Stone Face, once stood over Franconia Notch in Franconia,, New Hampshire


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

mount washington hotel winter


Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

hampton beach summer vacationers