Guide to Summer

The warm weather is here and it's time for fishing, swimming, boating, summer theatre and more!

Click here for our complete Summer Guide to New Hampshire.

NH Fairs and Festivals

Excited for annual music festivals, the Deerfield Fair, Highland Games, Pumpkin Festival and Hampton Beach Seafood Festival?

Click here for more information and dates for this year's annual New Hampshire Fairs and Festivals from summer food and music to traditional fall state fairs.

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Summer planner

No matter what you love — the lakes, our sliver of seacoast, splurging, good old-fashioned Yankee thriftiness, historical sites, adventure or antique hunting — we’ve got the summer fun plan for you.

Click here for nearly 200 recommendations for a great summer from the New Hampshire Magazine Staff.

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The Insane Inflatable 5K is Headed for the Granite State

Just when you think you've seen it all in the world of "extreme" races, here comes a version with obstacles you must bounce on, crawl over, climb up and slide down.

Photography Adventure Tours on Mount Washington

Led by renowned photographer Ernie Mills, you’ll capture the gorgeous scenery on the slopes and summit of the Northeast’s highest peak.

Summer Music and Performing Arts Festivals

Fans of great music, theater and the performing arts won't want to miss these great summer 2015 festivals happening all over New Hampshire.

Guide to 2015 Summer Theater in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is home to some truly excellent summer theater. Whether you appreciate Shakespeare or Broadway, there's sure to be something happening this season that you'll love.
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Discover the Rich Music History of the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom is filled with fascinating music history. Opened in 1899, this NH icon has evolved from a family entertainment center to a Big Band-era dance hall to the modern concert venue we know today.

How NH Created the Modern World

Here are more than 40 places to visit and things to do this summer (plus a few historical facts) that illustrate how New Hampshire created the modern world. Sort of.
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New Hampshire’s Northern Tip

A trio of towns — Pittsburg, Clarksville and Stewartstown — fill the narrow triangle at the tip of the state, a vast area of forests, lakes and streams and headwaters of the Connecticut River.

Touring Tamworth

Summer is the perfect time to visit Tamworth as it hosts a historic summer theatre venue, the Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm, a great farmers' market, picturesque hiking and more.

Kick Off Summer in Ashland and Holderness

We begin at one of NH’s prettiest lakes and explore the two towns that guard it — Ashland and Holderness.

NH Farmers Markets

Where to find local produce, meat, baked goods, crafts and much more throughout New Hampshire.

Click here for a list of farmers markets from around the state.

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