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Away from the hubbub of New Hampshire’s cities and
the quiet grandness of the Granite State’s North Country, rests the
Monadnock Region, dotted with stunning natural landscapes,
charming storefronts along quaint downtown streets and
clapboard churches that give artists ample reason to capture
its essence on canvas. In the span of just one day (with a little
advanced planning), you can climb one of the most popular
mountains in the world, shop ’til you drop for souvenirs both
old and new, take in a theatrical performance and – when
you’ve worked up an appetite – indulge in homemade
chocolate or cheese. The best part? No matter the time
of year, there are always plenty of chances to enjoy the
rich culture and activity in this part of the state – from a
round of golf in spring or concert at the Keene gazebo
in summer, to photographing covered bridges with
an autumn backdrop and strapping on snowshoes
and hitting the trails in winter. And fairs, festivals and special events round
out the Monadnock Region’s calendar with food, fun and good finds.



The world’s third most-climbed mountain,
following Japan’s Mount Fuji and China’s Mount
Tai, is in the small town of Jaffrey. At 3,165 feet,
Mount Monadnock boasts more than 40 miles
of maintained foot trails and climbers can glimpse
every New England state from the summit.
Route 124, Jaffrey.


If you’re longing for a little tranquility, look
no further than the Cathedral of the Pines
in Rindge. Stroll the grounds of this serene
gathering place, which features chapels,
outdoor sanctuaries and gardens, or take in a
panoramic view of Mount Monadnock.


Mother and daughter love the Keene
gazebo. Located in the heart of the
Monadnock Region, the iconic structure
sits right in the middle of downtown Keene.
In fall, the gazebo is surrounded by jacko’-lanterns at the Pumpkin Festival. In the
winter, Christmas lights adorn the gazebo.
A clapboard church in Jaffrey.

Official Visitors Guide | New Hampshire


Satisfy your sweet tooth and try
a delicious from-scratch truffle
at Ava Marie’s Handmade
Chocolates in Peterborough –
her pecan turtles have been
voted “Best of NH.”

Art abounds at Peterborough’s Sharon Arts Center, with
galleries by both regionally and nationally known artists.
Feeling creative? Inspired patrons can purchase supplies in
the craft store.
Once setting the world record for the most lit jacko’-lanterns (almost 29,000) in one place, the Keene
Pumpkin Festival is chock-full of activities, music
and food.
Theater aficionados will feel right at home with a visit
to Peterborough Players, who staged the first
production of Our Town and put on 10 shows annually.
Know someone who is full of hot
air? Soar to new heights at the

Hillsborough Balloon Festival
& Fair July 8-11, featuring plenty of

entertainment, food, fireworks and, of
course, hot air balloon rides.
History buffs can step into the 19th century and explore
the Franklin Pierce Homestead in Hillsborough,
where the 14th U.S. President spent much of his childhood.
Two arches are better than one: the Stone Arch Bridge
in Stoddard, located on the Contoocook River and built
completely without mortar, features a pair of them. Route 9.
Established in 1838 to produce garments for Civil War
soldiers, Keene’s Colony Mill Marketplace still offers
a piece of history: consignment items from more than
1,000 antiques dealers.
Official Visitors Guide | New Hampshire

Things can get pretty cheesy at
Boggy Meadow Farm in Walpole,
where visitors can see how the stuff
is made and buy jack, Swiss and
tomme varieties.
The country’s oldest
continuously operating
water-powered mill, Frye’s
Measure Mill in Wilton
produces classic Shaker
boxes and other wooden
creations. Take a guided
tour for a closer look.
Take a hike (or a drive) up to Pack Monadnock or North
Pack Monadnock at Miller State Park in Peterborough, the
oldest state park in New Hampshire.
Crafty types will love painting their own pottery at
Peterborough’s Blue Moon Soaps and Pottery.
Don’t forget to snag some all-natural soap in the gift

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