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Historic Site in Concord

Canterbury Shaker Village

A traditional Shaker community from 1792, Canterbury Shaker Village maintains the Shaker heritage as a living-history museum. Interpreters demonstrate the Shakers' daily lives, artisans create Shaker crafts and walk…
Modern American in Concord

Granite

In a grand turreted Victorian building, Granite serves fine New American cuisine all day long, from breakfasts of smoked turkey and sweet potato hash, to crab cake BLTs with lemon-basil aioli at lunchtime, to braise…
Museum in Concord

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center

This science center is named after and dedicated to two New Hampshire astronauts. Christa McAuliffe was the schoolteacher chosen to be America's first teacher-astronaut – she and her fellow astronauts died in the tr…
Historic Building in Concord

State House

The handsome 1819 New Hampshire state capitol is the oldest such building in the US, and the state legislature still meets in the original chambers. Self-guided tour brochures point out the highlights of the buildin…