25 Famous Landmarks in New Hampshire You Can't Miss Story

By Andrew Sayles

Introduction

25 Famous Landmarks in New Hampshire You Can't Miss Story

These 25 famous landmarks in New Hampshire will leave you in awe of the nature...

LANDMARK 1

American Independence Museum

The American Independence Museum is found in New Hampshire's revolutionary capital Exeter. The museum strives...

LANDMARK 2

White Mountain National Forest

White Mountain National Forest is one of the top natural landmarks in New Hampshire, with...

LANDMARK 3

Bear Brook State Park

Bear Brook State Park is the largest developed park in New Hampshire, covering over 10,000...

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Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway

The Aerial Tramway, the first of its kind built in North America, whisks visitors to...

LANDMARK 5

Endicott Rock State Historic Site

In 1652, surveyors for the Massachusetts Bay Colony inscribed the words "JOHN ENDICUT GOV" onto...

LANDMARK 6

Canterbury Shaker Village

The religious group known as the Shakers began in England during the mid-18th century. In...

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Franconia Notch State Park

Nestled in the White Mountains, Franconia Notch State Park has just about everything an outdoor...

LANDMARK 8

Daniel Webster Birthplace State Historic Site

Despite being a simple two-room log cabin outside Franklin, Daniel Webster's birthplace is a very...

LANDMARK 9

Enfield Shaker Museum

Originally called the "Shaking Quakers" for their singing, dancing, and recent split from the Quaker...

LANDMARK 10

Fort Stark State Historic Site

Fort Stark State Historic Site is a former military fortification on New Castle Island in...

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Franklin Pierce Homestead State Historic Site

Franklin Pierce, the fourteenth president of the United States, hailed from New Hampshire, and his...

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Hampton Beach State Park

Hampton Beach State Park is a great oceanfront destination and one of the most popular...

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Harrisville Historic District

Harrisville was once the industrial heart of New Hampshire, with water-powered wool mills employing nearly...

LANDMARK 14

Lake Winnipesaukee

Found in the foothills of the White Mountains, Lake Winnipesaukee is New Hampshire's largest lake...

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Monadnock State Park

Mount Monadnock rises to a summit of 3,165 feet, and both the mountain peak and...

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Mount Washington

Mount Washington is one of the most famous places to visit in New Hampshire. On...

LANDMARK 17

New Hampshire State House

The New Hampshire State House was built from 1816-1819 as the state capitol to house...

LANDMARK 18

Omni Mount Washington Resort

The Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods is one of the most famous landmarks...

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LANDMARK 19

Portsmouth Historical Society's John Paul Jones House

Sometimes referred to as the "Father of the American Navy," John Paul Jones rose to...

LANDMARK 20

Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site

From 1900-1911, the poet Robert Frost and his family lived in this farmhouse in Derry...

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Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was America's best-known sculptor in the late 1800s. His famous bronze works include...

LANDMARK 22

Strawbery Banke Museum

Portsmouth's Strawbery Banke Museum is one of the New Hampshire points of interest to include...

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The Mount Washington Cog Railway

The Mount Washington Cog Railway has taken passengers to the summit of Mount Washington for...

LANDMARK 24

USS Albacore Museum

The USS Albacore lies in a rocky ditch in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, looking suspiciously like...

LANDMARK 25

White Island State Historic Site

White Island State Historic Site is one of the most distinctive historical landmarks in New...

Conclusion

Conclusion

These 25 famous landmarks of New Hampshire will leave you enamored with the nation's seventh-smallest...

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