Book your New Hampshire car rental and experience the charms of New England life. As the first of the colonies to separate from Great Britain and the first to write its own constitution, the Granite State prides itself in its American heritage.
It's practically made for the adventurer at heart, boasting some of the East Coast's greatest ski mountains and the White Mountain National Forest. With an assortment of shops, fine dining options and numerous attractions, New Hampshire has something for everyone.
Discover the Queen City
Manchester is the business hub of New Hampshire and the state's largest city. Recreation is the word here - the city is brimming with acre after acre of park grounds and beaches, as well as several ice skating rinks. In the mood for some fine art? Head over to the Currier Museum of Art, where children always get in free, then swing by the Sage Gallery, which hosts different guest speakers every day.
Don't forget to stop by the Zimmerman House on the city's north end - it was designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1950. For a taste of the nightlife, hit the dance floor at Club Fuse or squeeze in a few laughs in at Headliners Comedy Club. There are also plenty of dining options to choose from: Take your Manchester car rental over to Jillians, where you can enjoy your meal overlooking the water, or sink your teeth into a steak at the Hanover Street Chop House.
Find history and adventure in Nashua
As New Hampshire's second biggest city, Nashua has a wide range of activities and sites to keep you entertained. The city is steeped in colonial history. You may want to visit the Hunt Memorial Building, which was built in 1903 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Take in the exhibits of the Florence H.Speare Memorial Museum or the Abbot-Spaulding House Museum. If you want to get your heart pounding, SkyVenture offers indoor skydiving. Another one of the city's little-known treats is Incredibrew, a brewery and winery that lets you create your own beer or wine with the help of experienced professionals.
Last stop: Concord
Travel to the state capital. With tons of:
- And historical sites
Concord is a tourist's playground. Catch a live performance at the Capitol Center for the Arts, then head downtown and visit the State House - a city icon that features a dome topped with a golden eagle. Hungry? Take a seat at the Granite Restaurant and bar, the Barley House or any of the area's many other eateries. Bring the family over to the Canterbury Shaker Village, a museum that was once a Shaker community. Don't leave without first experiencing the cultural delights of McGowan Fine Art and the Mill Brook Gallery and Sculpture Garden.