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What To See And Do

Corbin Wooden Truss Covered Bridge

Located on Corbin Rd left off Route 10, 1 mile north of Newport High School.

Newport Opera House

Provide cultural opportunities for Newport and the surrounding area by presenting Concerts, Dances, Films, Lectures, Variety Shows, Plays, Musicals, Talent Shows and Community Fairs.

Pier & Wright’s Railroad Covered Bridges

Only two out of an original thirteen Concord & Claremont Railway Co. covered railroad bridges still exist in Newport, New Hampshire, and are known as the Wright’s Bridge and the Pier Bridge.


Philbrick-Cricenti Bog

Along Newport Road across from Murray Pond. This bog offers an interpretive boardwalk and several loops through an interesting natural environment. Stay on the boardwalks as the peat is up to twenty feet deep and has entombed cows, deer, and even a horse.

New London Foliage

One of the best times to visit New London is the fall. This town is popular this time of year for the vivid foliage. The best month to visit is October because that's when the most amount of foliage will be out. To view the foliage you can either simply take a stroll down Main Street, or take a hike up Kearsarge Mountain to view the yellow, red, and orange leaves.

The New London Barn Playhouse

The Barn Playhouse is the oldest operating summer playhouse in NH. The Barn was built in 1820 and began being used as a playhouse around 1933. They show a different play every couple of weeks and they are always packed so get your tickets early!

Saint Gaudens National Historic Site

Features the home, studios and gardens of the great American sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907).

Mt. Sunapee State Park Ski Area

Mount Sunapee Resort has three lodges and 66 trails spread over 230 acres of skiable terrain.


Mt. Sunapee State Park

Hiking and Water Recreation

Hiking trails abound with spectacular views of Lake Sunapee and beyond.



An all-season destination, from hiking, biking, golfing, Alpine and cross-country skiing to enjoying the annual Wassail Weekend.

Richards Free Library

Ongoing programs at the library include two book groups, a knitting group, a poetry group as well as lectures, author readings and occasionally dancing in the ballroom.

Library Arts Center

The Library Arts Center constitutes the artistic core of our community through cultural and creative educational experiences that stimulate appreciation of the Arts, and encourage creativity.

Newport Area Chamber of Commerce

For over 50 years, the Newport Area Chamber of Commerce has led the business community’s efforts to create a more prosperous region for all.

Newport Historical Society

Since 1854, the Newport Historical Society has collected and preserved the artifacts, photographs, documents, publications and genealogical records that relate to the history of Newport County.

Beaver Pond Farm

We make our own apple cider, homemade pies, jams and jellies and maple syrup here at the farm.

Salt Hill Pub

Stop by the pub any time for a bite, a beer, and some good conversation -- and you'll know what we mean when we say "welcome to Salt hill."

The Old Courthouse

Dine in a beautiful Federalist era building located in the heart of Newport’s Downtown Historic District.

Sanctuary Dairy Farm Ice Cream

The heart, and soul of Sanctuary Dairy Ice Cream is quality ingredients, a sustainable future, and producing the highest quality ice cream with purees, and pastes from scratch.


Bartletts Blueberry Farm

Within view of Mount Sunapee and just a couple of miles from Lake Sunapee State Park, the Bartlett Blueberry Farm has become a traditional stop for folks enjoying the outdoor leisure activities the Sunapee area has to offer.


Revolution Cantina

Mexican, South American, and Cuban Cuisine focusing on authentic and fresh ingredients. Also featuring a bar & lounge offering fresh fruit infused Tequilas.

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Polyculture Brewing Company

Family-owned farmhouse brewery in Croydon, New Hampshire. They use a variety of brewing traditions and a mix of microbes to craft high-quality beer with unique, inventive flavors.  They brew for our local place and season, one small batch at a time.

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