Nestled amongst the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where tourism is the driving industry, Burndy makes its home and is known for pioneering work in the electrical, telecommunications, and renewable energies markets worldwide. The Burndy brand is an important part of Hubbell Incorporated’s electrical solutions business. Burndy creates and builds […]
Public library located in North Woodstock, NH.
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Welcome to the Western White Mountains Scavenger Hunt! Discover out of this world pieces of history, unique attractions, mouth-watering dining experiences and welcome lodging hosts during your time as a Western White Mountains Scavenger Hunt player. This free activity is open to all individuals and families who wish to participate! Playing […]
Everywhere you look in New Hampshire, you’ll see one of the Granite State’s iconic landmarks – the Old Man of the Mountain. It’s featured on the New Hampshire license plate, road signs, and even the state quarter! But how did the Old Man of the Mountain become part of […]
Franconia Notch is one of the most beautiful places in New Hampshire and attracts people from all over the globe every year. To truly understand the unique landscape and its people, you have to step back in time millions of years ago to the Ice Age. The Ice Age Franconia […]
Known as the “railway to the moon,” the Mount Washington Cog Railway is the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway. Attracting tens of thousands of visitors every year, the trip up Mount Washington via the Cog Railway is a unique experience that you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Located […]
A lot of tourists and a few locals commonly think that Lincoln, New Hampshire is named after President Abraham Lincoln, but the town dates back almost 100 years before he became the 16th President of the United States. The town dates back to 1764 when Benning Wentworth, the Royal Governor […]