N.H. Open Doors




N.H. Open Doors is a free statewide touring and shopping event for all ages. It's a great opportunity to visit the studios of New Hampshire (as well as farms, orchards, breweries and vineyards) where you can see artists and craftspeople at work. Many of the state's orchards, wineries and retail shops and galleries filled with N.H.-made products will also be participating in the event.

On your self-guided tour you can find handmade furniture, clothing, paintings, photograhpy, local food, glass items, jewelry, sculpture, wine, beer, quilts and so much more.

Whether your getting a head start on holiday shopping, want to sample some local wine or just feel like exploring all the wonderful handmade and local products available, this is a great time to see all that our state has to offer.

Visit N.H. Open Doors for a complete list of participants, maps, directions, updates and everything else you need to plan your own tour. Shop and studio hours are also posted.

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