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1. Cilleyville Covered Bridge, Andover, NH
Cilleyville Covered Bridge is a lovely bridge that spans Pleasant Brook in Andover, NH.

2. Mt. Washington Cog Railroad, Bretton Woods, NH
There are many ways to reach the top of Mount Washington in Bretton Woods, NH; by foot, by car or by train. We took the train.

3. Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad Turkey Dinner Train
I like trains. I’ve been on many scenic train rides, so I knew what to expect on the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad. Or so I thought. My experience “riding the rails” on this Meredith, NH railroad greatly exceeded my expectations.

4. Kids Eat Free!
Stretch your travel dollars by taking advantage of the ´kids eat free´ programs that some restaurants offer.

5. Ashumet Holly Reservation
Ashumet Holly Reservation is 45 acres of preserved land with a large circular walkway of well-groomed paths that span a little more than two miles. There are many plants and trees here including over a thousand holly trees of eight different species. This is also a great area for bird watching.

6. Maple Sugar Time!
Time to make an annual trip to a New England sugar house. Warm syrup on snow - Yum!

7. Cape Ann Lighthouse Cruise
See all six lighthouses around Cape Ann with this 2 1/2 hour cruise!

8. Scenic Train Rides in Central New Hampshire
If you love trains as I do, you’ll find a paradise in Central New Hampshire.

9. Haunted History Tours Barnstable
Standing at the death’s doorway entrance of Cobb’s Hill cemetery in Barnstable Massachusetts, I shuffled my feet nervously as our tour guide explained why death’s doorways were a part of New England cemeteries built in the 1800s. The Puritans believed that....

10. The Providence Children's Museum
The Providence Children's Museum is Rhode Island’s best indoor playground and a great place for children from age 1-11 to learn about a wide array of subjects while climbing, building, burrowing and sliding through different brightly colored environments.



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