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University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm

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Vermont’s state animal has a special home near Middlebury, where the strong, clean-limbed descendants of Justin Morgan, the... Read More »

Bennington Museum

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What do folk artist Grandma Moses and abstract artist Helen Frankenthaler have in common? How about a 1920s... Read More »

Dorset Theatre Festival

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It’s two playhouses in one: In summer, the Dorset Theatre Festival calls on professional Broadway talent to stage... Read More »

Northeast Kingdom Tasting Center

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In the state that practically coined the term “locavore,” here’s the place for sampling and buying edibles and... Read More »

The Rocks Estate

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Balsam firs stretch to the horizon at the 1,400-acre Rocks Estate, a Christmas-tree farm extra­ordinaire in the White... Read More »

Northern Rail Trail

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Kudos to this 50+-mile stretch: It’s been added to “100 Top Trails in the U.S.” by the Rails-to-Trails... Read More »

Squam Lake Inn

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When fall blazes across the countryside, it’s like a clash of beautiful titans, a riot of red, orange,... Read More »

Moose Alley

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The state’s most impressive inhabitants are often found in some of its prettiest, wildest countryside in the White... Read More »

Monadnock Berries

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The expansive setting, with majestic Mount Monadnock in the foreground, is as delicious as the grape-sized blueberries clustered... Read More »

Polly’s Pancake Parlor

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Pancakes, views, and most especially views of pancakes: You’ll be in blueberry buckwheat heaven at this family-owned institution,... Read More »

The Barnstormers Theatre

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The Barnstormers is one of the oldest professional summer theatres in the country, operating since 1931, and it’s... Read More »

Mount Washington Auto Road

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New England’s highest peak—6,288 feet—Mount Washington claims some of the world’s worst weather and the second-highest wind speed... Read More »

The Flume

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The setting is certainly dramatic: 90-foot cliffs, cascading falls, and the cool dampness of a primordial forest. But... Read More »

Canobie Lake Park

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From its early days as a “pleasure resort” in 1902, with canoeing and a botanical garden, Canobie Lake... Read More »

Markey’s Lobster Pool

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Owner Tom Markey presides over the deep-fryers and steamers, cooking up fresh lobsters, clams, scallops, shrimp, and haddock... Read More »

Salt Kitchen & Bar

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Glittering like an ocean liner, the legendary Wentworth by the Sea resort has dominated this bluff overlooking the... Read More »

Black Trumpet Bistro

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Brick-warm ambience, artful cuisine, and a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence make this cozy Mediterranean bistro/wine bar on... Read More »

Martin Hill Inn

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A 19th-century antiques-draped B&B with hidden gardens tucked in the back, this warm retreat will test your knowledge... Read More »

Three Chimneys Inn

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A profusion of armoires, oriental rugs, carved fireplaces, and ornate canopy beds … This 1649 homestead is the... Read More »

The Hotel Portsmouth

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Formerly the Sise Inn, this 32-room 1881 mansion was rehabbed by the former owners of Portsmouth’s Ale House... Read More »

Fuller Gardens

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If variety is the spice of life, it also makes for an eye-catching botanical garden at this turn-of-the-last-century... Read More »

Portsmouth Harbor Cruises

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Small, intimate cruises aboard M/V Heritage condense 400 years of harbor history into an hour and a quarter.... Read More »

Odiorne Point State Park & Seacoast Science Center

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Rocky coasts, remnants of old World War II bunkers, and a kid-centric science center with a dangling humpback... Read More »

Prescott Park

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Music meets water at Portsmouth’s waterfront on the Piscataqua River, and outdoor concerts fill the night air with... Read More »

Merrimack Premium Outlets

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The state’s newest super-outlet offers savings of up to 65% on 100 brand names, including Nike, J.Crew, and... Read More »

Fairgrounds Antiques

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On any given day, you’ll find bargains galore at the Cheshire Fairgrounds collective, where 85 dealers create enough... Read More »

Barbour Outlet

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Deep discounts plus no sales tax bring this classic, 120-year-old British clothing line well within reach of sporty... Read More »



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