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Tours in New Hampshire starting from $2,121

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About New Hampshire Tours

“Live Free or Die” is the official motto of the U.S. state of New Hampshire. This comes from a statement written by the Revolutionary General John Stark, hero of the Battle of Bennington.

The first free public library in the U.S. was established in 1833 in the town of Peterborough.

Sarah Josepha Hale, the mind behind the poem “Mary had a Little Lamb” is from Newport, New Hampshire.

The Belknap Mill built at Laconia in 1823 is the oldest unaltered brick knitting mill in the U.S.

The state of New Hampshire is named after the town of Hampshire, England by Captain John Smith.

Why go on a New Hampshire tour?

With varied options for family attractions, cultural infrastructures, and outdoor activities, you are bound to have an amazing time on a New Hampshire tour. Begin by journeying toward the White Mountains. You will pass through towns like Sugar Hill, Lisbon and Franconia Notch, and if you visit in June you will be blessed with the beautiful sight of Lupines in full bloom blanketing the open spaces. Perhaps take a nostalgic ride on the Conway Scenic Railroad. Make sure to carry a camera with you, as this scenic countryside will surely take your breath away! Spend some time at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery and witness the brewing process of barley up close. If you’re a Budweiser fan, you will definitely be mesmerized with this intricate process. Maybe get to know Dartmouth College and see for yourself why this institution has earned the reputation of having some of the finest students in America. With over 300 years of experience, Dartmouth is a shining example of passion and dedication translating into success. While you are in New Hampshire, you may also visit the Isles of Shoals. You will find inspiration with this group of islands on the New Hampshire and Maine border as they majestically paint the art of coastal living.

When is the best time to go?

Summers in New Hampshire are short and cool, while winters are long and cold. Its capital city, Concord, averages around 6C in January and 21C in July.

To learn more about our varied New Hampshire tours, speak with a travel agent who’s been there before! They can tell you more about this exciting offer and help you plan one amazing getaway!