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County Bridge, Hancock and Greenfield, NH
County Bridge, Hancock and Greenfield, NH

Driving down New Hampshire's scenic roads and highways, passing through century-old covered bridges and tiny New England villages, is an experience like no other. Blessed with scenery of rolling hills in the south and the White Mountains in the north, New Hampshire a feast for the senses.

Just like the scenery, the history of the Granite State is awe-inspiring. Being the first state to declare itself independent of England, New Hampshire has many Revolutionary War points of interest, especially along the coast. In the Merrimack Valley Region, you'll find the state's major centers for government and business in Concord and Manchester. Being host to many cultural venues, Manchester is a major focal point of the arts in northern New England. You can venture out to the symphony, to art galleries or you can go in search of adventure by fishing and hiking -- all without leaving the city!

C O N V E N T I O N   V I S I T O R S   B U R E A U S

Take a virtual tour through New Hampshire's seven tourism areas, look for local activities and events while sifting through itineraries designed for your interests -- all on the New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development website.

Historical Notes: In 1774 New Hampshire was the first state to declare itself independent from England. In 1952 New Hampshire held the First-in-the-Nation Presidential Primary.