The Rocks Estate - Located in Bethlehem about 5 miles south of Littleton in Northern New Hampshire. This 1400 acre property was originally the summer home of the Glessner family. It is best known now as a Christmas tree farm but it is also the North Country Conservation & Education Center for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. It is open year round and has both guided and self-guided tours and programs. Choose your own Christmas tree, discover the process of creating maple syrup or enjoy an easy stroll or a hike along the trails. Learn about wildflowers, wildlife habitats or local history with a guided tour. You can tour on foot, by horse-drawn carriage or by dog sled in the winter.
Brown House Museum - The Brown House was built in 1853 by the H.W. Winslow Company as a boarding house for it's saw mill employees.
Ruggles Mine - Explore this 191 year old, spectacular open pit mine: shining white walls, huge rooms, tunnels. Over 150 minerals are found here including beryl, mica, amethyst, rose and smokey quartz, garnet, etc. Mineral collecting permitted with admission tickets.
Northern Forest Heritage Park - Dedicated to preserving and celebrating the Northern Forest and the lives, the labor, the legends, and the legacy of the peoples who came and make it their home.
Riverside Speedway - High banked 1/4 mile oval asphalt race track. Riverside Speedway offers three divisions which race weekly.
Moffett House Museum - The mission of the Berlin & Coos County Historical Society is to educate the broad and diverse public about the county's rich history, culture, and ethnic roots with an eye for showing their significance to our lives today.