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Hopkins Center - A performing and creative arts center serving Northern New England. The center presents world-class artists, Dartmouth student ensembles, films, and exhibitions.

Lebanon Opera House - A performing arts theater that presents the best in live theater. Come and let them entertain you and your family.

The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens - Lake Sunapee summer home of John M. Hay, statesman, author, and private secretary to President Lincoln. Nature trail, formal gardens, scenic lake view and guided weekend tours.

Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum - Through exhibits and programs, the museum seeks to teach and inspire an understanding of the natural world and of resource conservation and land stewardship as developed by native people over thousands of years.

Hood Museum of Art - One of the oldest and largest college museums in the country, housing an outstanding collection of works of art and artifacts and presenting a lively and diverse schedule of exhibitions and educational programs.

Opera North - Engages artists, audiences, and the community in the experience of grand opera in an intimate setting.

Ava Gallery and Art Center - Year-round exhibits by New Hamsphire and Vermont artists; art classes and workshops for all ages and abilities, including vacation programs.

New London Barn Playhouse - A prominent summer-stock theater that provides nightly entertainment throughout the summer months. The playhouse produces dramas and musicals as well as special productions for children. It is New Hampshire's longest operating summer theater.

Charlestown Main Street Historic District - Contains 62 structures on and around Main Street. Most of buildings were constructed prior to 1940, with at least ten buildings predating 1800. Their styles range from Greek Revival to Federal and include churches, gas stations, the Charlestown Inn, homes and barns, a firehouse and many other structures.

The Fort at No. 4 - Open Air Museum - This Historically correct re-creation of the actual Fortified Village helps educate people World Wide on the day to day living as well as Historical Events which took place at this location during this important period of American History.

Enfield Shaker Museum - Here in 1793, the Shakers established their Chosen Vale, a village of quietly majestic buildings, gardens and fields. Today, the Shaker heritage is preserved at the Enfield Shaker Museum. Walking tours, exhibits, craft demonstrations, workshops, special programs and events, and extensive gardens bring new life to Shaker culture at the Museum.

Muster Field Farm Museum - Established for educational purposes to promote and encourage the history of New Hampshire agriculture and early architecture.

Whaleback Mountain - In the winter, Whaleback is a ski & snowboard resort, with classic New England skiing and riding mixed with action sports features. In the summer, Whaleback hosts a wide variety of sports and camps for paintball, in-line skating, skateboarding, pit bikes and more.

New Hampshire Telephone Museum - Discover 130 years of telephone history at one of the finest exhibits of antique telephones and equipment. This educational resource will take you back to the days when people talked to operators, strung phone lines on trees to their neighbors' houses and listened to other peoples' conversations on party lines.