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Lyme, New Hampshire
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Dartmouth Skiway image
(Range: 3 miles)
Lake Morey Resort image
(Range: 6 miles)
Fresh air, scenic vistas, and unspoiled Green Mountain beauty will draw you to our full service 18-hole golf course all season long. Home of the Vermont Open for over 50 years, you’ll appreciate the same challenges the professionals face. Our course is impeccably maintained with sweeping fairways and plush greens. The full 18 holes have been in operation since 1929 with a redesign in 1989 to its current layout, giving the course a mature, polished design. (Curated content from www.lakemoreyresort.com)
Hood Museum image
(Range: 9 miles)
The collection encompasses important holdings of American, Native American, European, African, and Melanesian art, including a significant collection of indigenous Australian contemporary art and a major archive of photojournalism. (Curated content from hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu)
Montshire Museum of Science image
(Range: 10 miles)
When you visit Montshire’s 100-acre museum, you enter an exciting world of science, nature, and technology. Inside the museum, we offer over 150 interactive permanent and featured exhibits. The exploration continues outside along the nature trails bordering the beautiful Connecticut River. (Curated content from www.montshire.org)
Bradford Golf Club image
(Range: 12 miles)
A sporty 9 hole golf and foot golf club in Bradford Vermont. We are located at the beautiful Junction of the Connecticut and Waits Rivers. (Curated content from bradfordgolfclubvt.com)
Enfield Shaker Museum image
(Range: 13 miles)
The Enfield Shaker Museum and historic site, nestled in a valley between Mt. Assurance and Mascoma Lake in Enfield, New Hampshire, has been cherished for over 200 years. At its peak in the mid-19th century, the Enfield Shaker Village was home to three “Families” of Shakers. Today, their story is preserved and told by the Enfield Shaker Museum. (Curated content from shakermuseum.org)
Green Mountain Railroad image
(Range: 13 miles)
Here at the Vermont Rail System, it is our mission to make each one our guests feel like part of our family. We believe in creating a nostalgic experience with our own little touches of modern elegance. We try to carry our love for what we do so that it shows in every aspect of our work. It is essential for us to create timeless memories for you and help you discover the romance of rail travel and the happiness it brings! (Curated content from www.rails-vt.com)
Cardigan Mountain State Park image
(Range: 13 miles)
Cardigan Mountain State Park spans 5,655 acres and is an excellent area for hiking. A mountain road leads to trails on the west slope of Mount Cardigan as well as a trail to the summit. Mount Cardigan's 3,121-foot treeless granite summit affords outstanding views of west central New Hampshire, with a panorama that includes Mount Monadnock and the White Mountains, Camel's Hump in Vermont, and Pleasant Mountain in Maine. (Curated content from www.nhstateparks.org)
Carter Country Club  image
(Range: 13 miles)
Designed by Legendary Golf Course Architect Donald Ross, Carter Country Club opened in 1923 and remains his only 9 Hole Course in New Hampshire. The 3000 yard, Par 36 layout offers 4 sets of tees to accommodate a wide range of golfers, with spectacular playing conditions on Ross's typical 1920's New England Style Putting Greens. Wind through the Rolling Hills of Central New Hampshire, with fabulous views and a golf round you'll remember. (Curated content from www.cartercc.com)
Polar Caves image
(Range: 14 miles)
Polar Caves were formed during the last Ice Age when a glacier moved across the landscape, dropping granite boulders at the base of what’s now known as Hawk’s Cliff. As they fell, the boulders formed passageways, around and through which, we’ve built boardwalks and stairs to allow for deeper exploration.  (Curated content from polarcaves.com)