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Yankee Magazine is the only magazine devoted to New England through its coverage of travel, home, food, and... Read More »

Block Island Fishworks

Whether you hope to hook bass and blues or head offshore for tuna and mahi-mahi, Captain Christopher Willi... Read More »

The Hope Chest

Quality and quantity are the order of the day at The Hope Chest. With more than 10,000 square... Read More »


Some of the area’s most picturesque and iconic venues—First Beach, the International Tennis Hall of Fame, Norman Bird... Read More »

Cellar Stories

Bibliophiles, behold: 70,000 rare and used books and counting. Pick your poison—art and architecture, poetry, New England history—the... Read More »

The Providence Flea

Curator of cool, The Providence Flea is a juried outdoor urban flea market with a decidedly Brooklyn bent.... Read More »

Newport Gulls

The Newport Gulls, a summer collegiate baseball team, has been wooing fans to historic Cardines Field with their... Read More »

League of NH Craftsmen Littleton Retail Gallery

Everything here (jewelry, baskets, pottery, fiber arts, glass, and more) is made by hand by New Hampshire artists.... Read More »

Sculptured Rocks Natural Area

The Cockermouth River carved out this narrow canyon, stretching across 272 acres, while on its way to Newfound... Read More »

Pitcher Mountain

It’s hard to look down, given the views of Mount Monadnock along this easy climb, but you’ll be... Read More »

Mount Sunapee Adventure Park

Zipline tours, an aerial challenge course, and off-road Segway excursions are ideal for summer adventurers, while chairlift rides... Read More »

AMC’s Three Mile Island

Many families return the same week every summer to hike, swim, canoe, and sail. Or simply relax at... Read More »

Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse

Sundays from May to October you can climb the 44 steps to the Watch Room, then a ladder... Read More »

New Hampshire Fisher Cats

Can’t beat the Double-A action of this Toronto Blue Jays affiliate. They’ve won two Eastern League championships since... Read More »

Enfield Shaker Museum

A history lesson for the kids costs nothing here, as kids under 10 are free. Enjoy Shaker furniture,... Read More »

Beaver Brook Falls Wayside

No hiking is necessary to find this waterfall right off Route 145. Have lunch at one of the... Read More »

Apple Hill

Musicians from around the world (Syria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Cyprus, Turkey, Northern Ireland, the UK, and Russia), as... Read More »

Moxie Falls

Moxie, one of New England’s highest and most dramatic waterfalls, with a single vertical drop of some 90... Read More »

John Drury

Cruise through the islands of Penobscot Bay with ornithologist John Drury aboard the 36-foot Skua in search of... Read More »

Fort Williams

A former military base, Fort Williams’ 90 oceanfront acres are home to Portland Head Light, a small historical... Read More »

Colby College Museum of Art

The recently added Alfond–Lunder pavilion houses the world-class Lunder Collection, one of the most important holdings of American... Read More »

Casco Bay Lines Mailboat Run

Pack a picnic and for just $15.50 board the mailboat run for a three-hour cruise through the islands... Read More »

Carrabassett Valley

The crowds are few and the options are plentiful in the Carrabassett Valley, where you can ride the... Read More »

Fat Boy Drive-In

Turn your lights on for carhop service at Fat Boy, a Brunswick institution since 1955. Specialties include BLTs... Read More »

Otto Pizza

With options like mashed potato, bacon, and scallion or butternut squash, ricotta, and cranberry, Otto’s has gained a... Read More »

T. W. Food’s Prix Fixe

Tim Wiechmann glides beneath the radar, creating sublime food in his tiny Huron Village Shangri-La. This warm French... Read More »


On a busy Southie block, this cheerful indie boutique is the stuff of rom-com shopping outings and happy... Read More »