Travel Destination & Tourist Attractions List in New Hampshire

Browse tourist attractions and travel destination list in New Hampshire : 14 cities enlisted.

Note: 14 cities above are not determine the city count in New Hampshire. The real count number probably more than we enlisted here.

New Hampshire Brief Info

New Hampshire is a state in the northeastern United States ' New England region. It is bordered in the south by Massachusetts, in the west by Vermont, in the east by Maine and the Atlantic Ocean, and in the north by Quebec's Canadian province. New Hampshire is the region's 5th largest and the 10th least populous state in the United States.

Concord is the capital of the state, the largest city being Manchester. It has no general sales tax other than interest and dividends, nor income tax. The first primary in the U.S. presidential election cycle is the New Hampshire primary. The license plates carry the motto of the state, "Live Free or Die" The nickname of the state, "The Granite State" refers to its large formations and quarries of granite.

During the 1930s1940s, industrial hubs such as Manchester, Nashua, and Berlin were hit hard as major manufacturing companies left New England and moved to the southern United States or abroad, reflecting national trends. Defense contractors moved into many of the former mills in the 1950s and 1960s, such as Sanders Associates in Nashua, and the population of southern New Hampshire surged in the early 1980s as major highways connected the region to Greater Boston and established several dormitory communities in the state.

With some of the highest ski peaks on the East Coast, New Hampshire's main outdoor activities include skiing, snowmobiling, and other winter sports, hiking and mountaineering (Mount Monadnock in the southwestern corner of the state is one of the most climbed mountains in the U.S.), watching fall leaves, summer cottages along many lakes and the seaside, New Hampshire motor sports. The White Mountain National Forest connects the Appalachian Trail's Vermont and Maine sections and has the Mount Washington Auto Road, where visitors can drive to the top of Mount Washington 6,288-foot (1,917 m).

New Hampshire was a stronghold of Jackson; at the 1852 election, the state sent Franklin Pierce to the White House. Most textile mills took the form of industrialization, drawing huge waves of immigrants from Quebec (the "French Canadians") and Ireland. Lumber was developed in the northern parts of the state, and the mountains provided tourist attractions. After 1960, the textile industry collapsed, but as a high-tech center and service provider, the economy rebounded.

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