Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Croydon, New Hampshire
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"Your one stop winter activity center -- cross country skiing, snow shoeing, ice skating, sledding and much more!!"(This excerpt taken from Eastman Cross Country Center website)
"The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens is one of New England's finest examples of an early 20th-century summer estate. Come and discover 83.5 conserved acres of beauty and tranquility; learn the legacy of its founder, diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay, during historic guided tours of the 22-room Colonial Revival home; explore forest succession and nature's diversity while walking woodland trails; and enjoy the renowned gardens."(This excerpt taken from The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens website)
"We are dedicated to creating The Sunapee Difference for our guests and each other by providing the finest quality recreational experience and friendliest guest service in the resort industry."(This excerpt taken from Mount Sunapee website)
" The Region's Winter Fun Spot skiing, riding, tubing, skating, hiking biking and more."(This excerpt taken from Arrowhead Recreation Area website)
"Whaleback Mountain is a non-profit, community supported ski & snowboard area in New Hampshire's Upper Valley.
UVSSF is the owner and operator of Whaleback Mountain."(This excerpt taken from whale back website)
"Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), created over 150 works of art, from exquisitely carved cameos to heroic-size public monuments. Works such as the "Standing Lincoln" monument and the Shaw Memorial, continue to inspire people today and his design for the 1907 Twenty Dollar Gold Piece, is considered America's most beautiful coin.
Over 100 works of the sculptor are exhibited in the galleries and on the grounds at Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park. The papers of Augustus Saint-Gaudens are housed in the special collections of Rauner Library at Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., 20 miles north of the park."(This excerpt taken from Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park website)
"Nestled in a valley between Mt. Assurance and Mascoma Lake, in Enfield, New Hampshire, the Enfield Shaker site has been cherished for over 200 years. At its peak in the mid 19th century, the community was home to three Families of Shakers. They practiced equality of the sexes and races, celibacy, pacifism and communal ownership of property."(This excerpt taken from Enfield Shaker Museum website)
"The Museum preserves the heritage of the mechanical arts, celebrates the ingenuity of our mechanical forebears, and explores the effects of their work on our everyday lives."(This excerpt taken from American Precision Museum website)
"Called the Birthplace of Vermont, the restored Old Constitution House looks as it did more than 200 years ago. An exhibit recounts the writing of the most progressive consititution of its time, and examines its effect on the politics of the young nation."(This excerpt taken from The Old Constitution House 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. Mount Ascutney State Park was one of the first Vermont State Parks. It was built between 1935 and 1938 through the efforts of the Civilian Conservation Corps, a Depression-era program aimed at putting young men to work. The original park consisted of the summit road, the stone toilet buildings, campsites 1 - 18 and the ranger’s quarters. The original stonework is all of Ascutney granite."(This excerpt taken from Mount Ascutney State Park website)