The White Mountains Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The White Mountains - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Littleton 5

Franconia 4

Lincoln and North Woodstock 4

North Conway 3

Bretton Woods 2

Dixville Notch 2

Kancamagus Highway 1

Mt. Washington 1

Jackson 1

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Local Interest–Sight 8

Mountain–Sight 3

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Scenic Drive/ Tour 6

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Tour–Sight 3

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Trail/ Path 7

Transportation Site (Airport, Bus, Ferry, Train) 4

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Old Man of the Mountain

  • Geological Site

This somber profile in the rock high above Franconia Notch crumbled somewhat unexpectedly in 2003. The iconic image had defined New Hampshire...

Pittsburg

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

In the Great North Woods, Pittsburg contains the springs that form the Connecticut River. The state's northern tip—a chunk of about...

Poore Farm Historic Homestead

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Maybe you've visited farm museums before, but certainly not one like this. Established in 1825, this farm has survived almost perfectly...

Story Land

  • Amusement Park/Water Park

This theme park with life-size storybook and nursery-rhyme characters is geared to kids (ages 2–12). The 23 rides include a flumer,...

Thayers Inn

  • Historic District/Site

A former grande-dame hotel and still a working inn, Thayers also functions as an informal museum. Many of the rooms have been recently...

The Frost Place Museum

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Robert Frost's year-round home from 1915 to 1920, this is where the poet soaked up the New England life. The place is imbued with the...

The Rocks Estate

  • Local Interest–Sight

The estate of John Jacob Glessner (1843–1936), one of the founders of International Harvester, now serves as the 1,400-acre North Country...

Weather Discovery Center

  • Museum/Gallery

Ever wonder what it's like to be in a cabin at the summit of Mt. Washington while 200 mph winds shake the rafters? Find out at this fun,...

Whale's Tale Waterpark

  • Amusement Park/Water Park

You can float on an inner tube along a gentle river, plunge down one of five waterslides, or bodysurf in the large wave pool at Whale's...

Whitefield

  • Historic District/Site

About 11 miles northeast of Littleton, the small village of Whitefield became a prominent summer resort in the late 19th century, when...

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