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Best Bargains in New Hampshire | 2013 Editors' Choice Awards

Best Bargains in New Hampshire | 2013 Editors’ Choice Awards
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by in May 2013

Pinching pennies never felt so good! Check out our picks for the best bargains in New Hampshire for 2013. Your wallet will thank you.

BEST DISNEYLAND EXPERIENCE
STORYLAND, Glen
New England parents of young children know that a trip to Storyland is inevitable. Savvy parents, however, know that buying tickets after 3:00 p.m. in July and August, or 2:00 p.m. during other operating months, gets you in the next day as well. 850 Route 16. 603-383-4186; storylandnh.com

BEST PENNY CANDY
CHUTTERS, Littleton
With the world’s longest candy counter at 112 feet, Chutters lets little ones come away with a bagful of treats (atomic fireballs, root-beer barrels, candy buttons, and more) for just pennies. 43 Main St. 603-444-5787; chutters.com/candy

BEST FARM ADVENTURE
STONEWALL FARM, Keene
Roam 250-year-old pastures, fields, and woodlands, plus visit a discovery room for kids and dairy barn to see milking demonstrations–all for free, year-round, dawn to dusk. Stop by the horse barn to see the Belgians, or cool off in the creek and greet the ducks in the pond. Don’t miss the farm stand (inside the sugarhouse) to purchase eggs, cheese, and yogurt made from the milk of the organic dairy herd, plus beef, syrup, and more. There’s seasonal pick-your-own produce, too. 242 Chesterfield Road. 603-357-7278; stonewallfarm.org

BEST 2-IN-1 EXPERIENCE
REMICK COUNTRY DOCTOR MUSEUM & FARM, Tamworth
Medicine and agriculture unite at this working farm that also pays tribute to country doctors Edwin Remick and son Edwin Crafts Remick. Tour the grounds for free, or pay $3 to visit the museum. 58 Cleveland Hill Road. 603-323-7591; remickmuseum.org

BEST HILLY RETREAT
WAGON HILL FARM, Durham
Come for a picnic, stay for the afternoon, at this popular seacoast attraction, which sits high on a hill (with a wagon!), offering sweeping views of the 139-acre property and Great Bay. Open year-round, dawn to dusk. Free. Route 4. ci.durham.nh.us/boc_conservation/wagon-hill-farm

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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