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Travel back in time to Plantation Number 4, once the northwesternmost village within the British colonies. Our reconstruction of the village grounds is dedicated to bringing the history of the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River to life through engaging reenactments, educational activities, and one-of-a-kind historical experiences. (This excerpt taken from the The Fort at No.4 website)
Eureka Schoolhouse stands as the oldest one-room schoolhouse in Vermont, and one of the few surviving 18th-century public buildings in the state. Reconstructed in its current location in 1968, Eureka Schoolhouse was built about 1790 to serve Springfield’s first village settlement. Tradition holds that this building was erected because of the efforts of four families to have a local school. It was constructed by William Bettergneau, an early inhabitant of Springfield supporting himself as a beaver trapper. (This excerpt taken from the Eureka Schoolhouse website)
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Putney, VT
(range: 11 miles)
Since opening in 1957, Santa's Land USA has been proud to serve over a million families in the last 63 years. We are a small, family park opened from the summer until Christmas Eve. Shop in our gift house, take a ride on the Alpine Express Train, Carousel and Giant Slide. Visit with Santa and his elves, and get a sweet treat, hot chocolate, pancakes, or some fries at our concession stand. (This excerpt taken from the Santas Land website)
Arrowhead Recreation Area in Claremont, NH provides an area for tubing, skiing and snowboarding. Equipment rentals and lessons are available. Easy to access from Newport, NH, Charlestown, NH, Unity, NH, Sunapee, NH, Ascutney, VT and Lebanon, NH. (This excerpt taken from the Arrowhead Recreation Area website)
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Keene, NH
(range: 14 miles)
341 NH Route 9 Roxbury/Keene, NH 03431 (This excerpt taken from the Granite Gorge Ski Area website)
We are dedicated to enriching our community by providing unique hands-on educational experiences for children that ignite their creativity and awaken their curiosity about the world. Our dynamic exhibits and programs will integrate the arts, science, math, and literature for children to discover, explore, and learn through the power of play. (This excerpt taken from the Cheshire Children's Museum website)
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Keene, NH
(range: 16 miles)
Built in 1762 in the Georgian architectural style, the Wyman Tavern was in operation as a public house for 40 years. Today it stands as one of the most historic buildings in Cheshire County and is open in the summer months for tours and events. (This excerpt taken from the Wyman Tavern Museum website)
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Newbury, NH
(range: 19 miles)
Anyone that has visited Mount Sunapee knows it’s a very special place. Upon arrival, you get the sense that this place might just be an extension of your family. It’s familiar, it’s warm (even in the middle of a cold winter’s day) and it’s a place where everyone in the family has fun. (This excerpt taken from the Mount Sunapee website)
Discover The Fells 83.5 acres of beauty and tranquility; learn the legacy of diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay; tour the 22-room Colonial Revival home; explore the forests, walk the woodland trails; and enjoy the renowned gardens. The Fells is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a preservation project of The Garden Conservancy. (This excerpt taken from the The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens website)
Flanking 3,144-foot high Mt. Ascutney to the north, south and east, the park is a favorite of many outdoor enthusiasts and sightseers. (This excerpt taken from the Mount Ascutney State Park website)
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