List 8 Tourist Attractions in Concord, New Hampshire | Travel to United States
Here, 8 Top Tourist Attractions in Concord, US State..
There's Canterbury Shaker Village, Pierce Manse, Contoocook Railroad Depot, Mary Baker Eddy Historic House, Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Upham-Walker House, New Hampshire Governor's Mansion, Kimball Park and more...
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WHITEWATER KAYAKING - New Hampshire
Whitewater kayaking different sections of the Pemigewasset River in New Hampshire. Includes rapids in Bristol, Thornton, North Woodstock, and Franconia Notch. Most of it Class II & III, with one Class 5 drop.
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America's Stonehenge - Salem, New Hampshire, United States
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America's Stonehenge Salem
Formerly known as Mystery Hill, this unusual site contains many ancient rock structures built by humans.
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Franklin New Hampshire Class Day Parade 2017
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Claremont, NH... Small City Reborn, Pt. 1
On the banks of the Sugar River in NH, Claremont is in the midst of an exciting renewal project. Three historic mills in near total disrepair are being renovated and re-purposed. New loft condominiums, Class A office space, a restaurant, boutique inn and spa will open this year. All new facilities are adjacent to a beautiful European design, walkable downtown. The project is a collaboration between 3 businesses and the City of Claremont.
Amherst, New Hampshire Video Tour
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Exemplifying the town's colonial flair, Amherst's centerpiece is the Village Green. Visitors strolling past beautiful colonial-era homes and the magnificent town center, can feel the town's deep sense of history. One of only two towns in the country listed in its entirety as a Historic District, Amherst exemplifies late 18th- and early 19th-century architecture and charm.
The homes of Amherst signify appreciation for the heritage of the town, a heritage that goes back to its early days as a Narragansett township. At that time, land was granted by the state of Massachusetts for service rendered in the Narragansett wars. From this grant, Amherst began as part of Dunstable, Massachusetts, then became Dunstable, New Hampshire, and finally Amherst.
Learn to fly fish NH
Coming to the Contoocook River in NH from Boston, friends and colleagues learned to fly fish with NH Rivers Guide Service guides Gerry Crow and Jim Norton. Some new skills were learned, beautiful fall foliage and a beautiful river were explored and memories of a fun day together were made.
Ashland New Hampshire (NH) Real Estate Tour
-- Tour Ashland, NH neighborhoods, condominium developments, subdivisions, schools, landmarks, recreational areas, and town offices.
Ashland, New Hampshire, once the southwest section of Holderness, was settled in 1763 and incorporated as a separate town in 1868. It was named in honor of Henry Clay, for his birthplace in Ashland, Virginia, and his estate in Kentucky.
Predominantly agricultural in nature for much of its history, Ashland saw the establishment of an inudustrial center at Holderness Village beginning in about 1771, with a sawmill, gristmill and several factories established along the 112-foot falls that connects the Squam and Pemigewasset Rivers. Today, Ashland offers a bounty of historic and rural scenery, a convenient location at the juncture of the White Mountains and the Lakes Region, and boundless opportunities for recreation and leisure. Ashland includes the geographic center of the state, located just west of Lake Winnipesaukee. For other town tours visit . For towns in NH visit . For NH relocation information go to .
Kayaking the Pemigewasset River
This video was filmed using the Sony Handycam HDR-CX260V and edited using Adobe CS6.
We decided to take a weekend off from hiking and go kayaking. We went with friends on the Pemigewasset River from Profile Falls in Bristol, NH to Old Hill Village near the Franklin Dam Falls. Great day to be out on the water. We did just get out on time, as a big thunder storm blew through the area.
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