White Mountains Arts and Culture Trip Ideas!
The Western White Mountains are an amazing vacation destination for the outdoorsy type, but it’s not the only thing!
This region is known by the locals as the destination for arts and culture. Come visit our theaters, stores, and museums. Listen to live music on the weekends at most restaurants and dance with the local folk. The white mountains arts and culture is not something to be missed.
White Mountains Arts and Culture: Theater
Theater is a big part of white mountains arts and culture, with nearby Plymouth State University’s theater department playing a role in it. Jean’s Playhouse in Lincoln, NH, is a theater that performs regular shows in the area. Come see a show and enjoy dinner at several locations throughout the area. Unfortunately, Jean’s Playhouse has cancelled their 2020 summer season, check back to see if they’re able to produce any shows this fall. Theater in the Wood is another theater in Intervale that hosts regular live music events, check back for updated 2020 season information.
White Mountains Arts and Culture: Music
Live music is a huge part of the Western White Mountains. No matter your music preference, you are likely to find a show for you. Restaurants like Woodstock Inn, One Love Brewery, Indian Head, Covered Bridge Farm Table and Mittersill Alpine Resort all host local musicians almost every week. If you’re interested in open mics, Woodstock Inn has one every week! Check the events calendar to learn more on current events.
White Mountains Arts and Culture: Art
For hundreds of years, artist everywhere have used the Western White Mountains as inspirations for their art. Oils, acrylics, charcoal, pencil, clay, and more have carved out this view. If you are more interested in making and purchasing crafts, come to the annual Lincoln Craft Festival!
White Mountains Arts and Culture: History
The history of NH is worth learning about, and we hope you’ll take the time during your stay! In the Western White Mountains, there is a museum for everyone. The New England Ski Museum is one of the best in the area to learn more about the history of skiing in NH. In addition to the New England Ski Museum, the Western White Mountains also has the:
White Mountains Arts and Culture: Retail
The Western White Mountains are filled with knowledge about hiking trails, music, art, and history. Mountain Wanderer Map and Bookstore in Lincoln offers information from locals for visitors. At the Mountain Wanderer you can buy a “52 with a view” passport to document all the mountains you’ve climbed in the Western White Mountains. Learn about the hidden gems of the White Mountains and get the inside scoop. The business owners of the Western White Mountains are a well of knowledge, so feel free to ask questions!
This region is known by many for outdoor sports, but few know of the true gem of the white mountains. The white mountains arts and culture is a part of what makes this area flourish. Enjoy a night out to the theater, or learn about the history of this great land. Either way, you are sure to have an experience of a lifetime.