Expert Travel Advice to New Hampshire

Top Answers To New Hampshire Travel Questions

  • Alistair answered:
    You don't say what you and your eight-year-old enjoy by way of activities, but I'd say skiing could be a good family option. New Hampshire has some excellent resorts like Bretton Woods and Waterville Valley with top-notch kids' ski schools. Quite apart from giving your daughter the chance to learn to ski and whoop it up on the slopes, this gives you and your wife some time to enjoy the snow (and each other's company!). And even if you're not skiers, Bretton Woods is packed with numerous other mountain-resort activities like golf, a spa, dogsledding, mountain biking, and more. There's also a humongous Canopy Tour that incorporates nine ziplines, nature trails, rope rappels, and two swinging suspension bridges. My guess is that'd be fun for any age! The guided tours are available year-round and take about three hours.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Hi, Lisa, I'm guessing that might apply to lots of restaurants and inns that feed you up over the Thanksgiving holiday. Any chance you could be more specific?
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    is their a aquirium?
    Anonymous user answered:
    There is no one aquarium, but there are lots of attractions like zoos that offer smaller aquarium sites. There is a science center that is similar to an aquarium that offers info and knowledge on sea creatures. http://bit.ly/bFoNvO
  • Anonymous user answered:
    There is a children's museum in Dover that is appropriate for kids of all ages. You can check out their website here (http://bit.ly/ii5Qg1) for directions and hours.

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