Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Monroe, New Hampshire
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"Superb natural science collections housed in a landmark Victorian building"
(This excerpt taken from Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium website)
"Enter under the Welcoming Green Awning and view our award winning video, 'Vermont's First Industry - Maple Syrup', while sampling our yummy maple candies. A friendly, knowledgeable Tour Guide will take you through two floors of our factory."
(This excerpt taken from Maple Grove Museum website)
"Dog Mountain is set on 150 acres on a private mountaintop spot in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. The grounds are always open to people and their dogs. Stephen Huneck and his wife, Gwen, bought the property in 1995. They turned the barn into studio space. After Stephen’s unique visionary experience, the Dog Chapel soon followed. The Dog Chapel opened its doors Memorial Day weekend of 2000. The unspoiled haven is covered with hiking trails and dog ponds. Wildflowers abound in the summer and snow-shoeing is a favorite activity in the winter. Year after year, the Dog Chapel and the Stephen Huneck Gallery get more and more visitors from all over the world."
(This excerpt taken from Dog Mountain website)
"Sunset Hills is a community golf course with a local historical flare designed with the help of professional golfer Gene Sarazen in 1936. It is a family owned and operated golf facility that offers friendly service, a relaxing atmosphere, and challenging golf. "
(This excerpt taken from Sunset Hill Golf Course website)
"Littleton's economic community has its roots in the Littleton Grist Mill and saw mill that Solomon Mann opened for business in 1798. As other buildings were added, the mill complex eventually became the village of Littleton and the nucleus of its industry."
(This excerpt taken from Littleton Grist Mill, Inc. website)
"The Franconia Inn maintains a network of trails totaling over 65km. Most of the trails are single track in width, winding through the woods, over brooks and across meadows. We believe our single track trails create a very intimate feeling with the forest, unlike the larger double track commercial touring centers."
(This excerpt taken from Franconia Village X-C Ski Center website)
"The Rocks Estate in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, is best known as a popular NH Christmas tree farm. But as the North Country Conservation & Education Center for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, the 1,400-acre property offers much more."
(This excerpt taken from The Rocks Estate website)
"The Museum opened in 1998 with a collection preserved by Sarah Nelson Welch, great granddaughter of Luke Brooks, one of the first white men to observe the Old Man of the Mountains in Franconia Notch in 1805. Many other local families have contributed their artifacts to the museum, so that it reflects life in Franconia since the town's founding in 1772."
(This excerpt taken from Franconia Heritage Museum website)
"In summer, Cannon Mountain and Franconia Notch State Park offer a spectacular setting and exciting attractions from endless hiking adventures to the Flume Gorge and Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway. Winter brings snow and skiing to Cannon Mountain, recognized as one of the best values in the East by the readers of Ski Magazine. Cannon also rates high on scenery, diversity of terrain and family/learning facilities and trails."
(This excerpt taken from Cannon Mountain website)
"The BIG Maze covers 24 acres and is approximately a 2+ hour hike. The 3 miles of dirt trails are lined with 10' tall walls of corn. Throughout the BIG Maze are unique things from past mazes and 100' of bridges. An Emergency Exit trail also covers most of the maze giving you a chance to take a break, grab a snack or use the restrooms without having to start over from the beginning. The SCENIC Maze is approximately a 40 minute hike through the BIG Maze using directions found along the way. The Scenic Maze allows people to see the unique things we have within the BIG Maze, but without the hours of frustration. Unique things found in the maze include an underground tunnel, dinosaurs, bridges with panoramic views and new surprises every year."
(This excerpt taken from Great Vermont Corn Maze website)