NH Attractions You May Have Never Heard Of
We searched our fair state and found some unusual attractions hiding in plain sight.
America’s Stonehenge, Salem, NH Did you know New Hampshire is home to what is known as America’s Stonehenge? These rock formations are an accurate astronomical calendar that can be used to determine specific solar and lunar events. At over 4,000 years old, the man-made mazes of chambers, walls, and meeting places are likely the oldest such structures in the U.S.
Aviation Museum of NH, Manchester, NH, is right next to the Manchester Airport and is the only working aviation history museum in NH. The museum features people, places, events, and artifacts related to New Hampshire’s aviation history. Something for every age; admission for adults is $5, children 12 to 16 are $2.50, and under 12 are free.
Millyard Museum, Manchester, NH. The beautiful Millyard Museum, at the corner of Commercial and Pleasant Streets has a lot to offer visitors including the permanent exhibit Woven in Time: 11,000 Years at Amoskeag Falls that traces Manchester’s history from our native American roots 11,000 years ago to the 20th century.
Mine Falls Park, Nashua, NH. Did you know that Nashua has a 325-acre park featuring forest, wetlands, and open fields right in the heart of the city? Mine Falls boasts a network of almost ten miles of varied trails, prime fishing spots, and wildlife viewing. Downloading a map before visiting is highly recommended.LATEST POSTS