A Vintage Christmas on New Hampshire’s Seacoast!

December has arrived, and with it lots of twinkling lights, and the magical feel of the holiday season.  There are so many fun ways to take in the holidays in New Hampshire. From cookie tours and sleigh rides to tree festivals and of course, there's some great seasonal attractions.  One of the places that celebrates the season all month long is the Seacoast.  Take a look! Learn More

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‘Tis the Season for decking the halls with a New Hampshire Christmas Tree!

If you've never cut down your own Christmas Tree, why not make this the year you try it!  Harvest your own experiences at New Hampshire Christmas Tree Farms range from cutting your own tree, to taking a horse-drawn wagon ride to roasting marshmallows by a fire.  So what are you waiting for? Get family and friends together, make a day of it and head out to a farm near you. Learn More

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Seasonal sights: Holiday lights!

Dazzling displays of twinkling lights It’s a magical way to brighten the holiday season.  Holiday lights! The seasonal sights transform the dark nights by adding a festive feel to the air.   Take a drive around the Granite State and you will find light displays of just about every shape and size. If you’re driving along Route 106 in Loudon,  The Gift of Lights is sure to catch your eye.  And with good reason, there are millions of lights that transform the New Hampshire Motor Speedway into a brilliant display of twinkling lights.  Go ahead, take a look in this sneak peek!   https://youtu.be/fomFoky78JU See more about The Gift of Lights

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“Tie” up your holiday sweets with New Hampshire Made Ribbon Candy

  Ribbon candy.  A sweet delicate treat you can pretty much only find around during the holiday season.  There aren't too many candy shops that make ribbon candy, and there are even fewer that make it by hand.  I'm happy to tell you the tradition is alive and well in New Hampshire! I visited with the folks at the Kellerhaus in Weirs Beach this week, where they've been hand crafting ribbon candy for about a century.   The current owners, Mary Ellen and Dave Dutton are proud to be carrying on this time-honored tradition.  They've been doing it for about 14 years now.  Mary Ellen says they consider the process "a work of art.  Every time we make it I say to myself, how many people in the world on this day are actually making ribbon candy with an 1886 crimper that is still working."  I'd venture a guess to say...not [...]

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