Clark's Trading Post named best New Hampshire attraction
Hampton Beach takes second place
Rugged and authentic, the Granite State has long attracted visitors with its mountain peaks, forested lakes and scenic valleys – a heaven for outdoor adventure. Colonial history is alive and well in New Hampshire, from larger settlements like Portsmouth to pristine New England villages like Keene and Meredith.
We asked a panel of New Hampshire travel writers to nominate their favorite state attractions, and for the past four weeks, our readers have been voting for their favorites. The results are in!
The top 10 winners in the category Best New Hampshire Attraction are as follows:
- Clark's Trading Post - Lincoln
- Hampton Beach
- Santa's Village - Jefferson
- Mt. Washington Auto Road - Gorham
- Mount Washington Cog Railway - Mount Washington
- Story Land - Glen
- Strawbery Banke Museum - Portsmouth
- Franconia Notch State Park - Franconia
- Lost River Gorge - North Woodstock
- Kancamagus Highway
A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to picked the initial 20 nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote. Experts Kim Knox Beckius (EverythingNewEngland.com) and Eric D. Lehman were chosen based on their knowledge and experience of travel in New Hampshire.
Congratulations to all these winning attractions.License the 10Best Readers' Choice Award Logo