Experience New Hampshire in One of Our Rental Cars
Named for Hampshire, England, by Captain John Mason, New Hampshire is a colonial state full of history. Hop in a New Hampshire rental car and explore this exciting state. New Hampshire is known for its beautiful scenery and mountain ranges, and of course skiing, making it the Switzerland of the United States.
While in New Hampshire, the family will enjoy the local seascape, quaint towns and lots of charm. There are seven different regions of the state to explore, all with natural wonders as well as a New England way of life that brings the different parts of the state together.
C oncord, the state capitol of New Hampshire is calling your family to head over for a fun day downtown. Main Street is a revitalized area of town where most fun attractions are. If your family is looking for outdoor recreation, there are pleny of opportunities to hike, bike and ski through Concord.
Head to the Museum of New Hampshire History to learn about the area, then have a snack break at Dips Frozen Yogurt. Last, go to McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, which was voted one of the best family-friendly spots in the city
When you get to downtown Manchester, explore more than 60 locally owned shops and restaurants to get a feel for the neighborhood surroundings. Manchester has a very low tax rate at only 8.1 percent, so grab a few souvenirs to take home.
There are plenty of historical, cultural and artistic things to see here that the whole family will enjoy. Take tours through the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Millyard Museum or the SEE Science Center. End your visit to Manchester on a positive note by enjoying a symphony of performaces at the New Hampshire Symphony Orchestra.
Final Vacation Destination: Nashua
Make your final stop in New Hampshire by visiting the city of Nashua, known as the tax-free city. Nashua has grown into a Mecca for shoppers across New England.
From the million square foot Pheasant Lane Mall and the hundreds of shops and stores in the Daniel Webster Highway and Amherst Street retail corridors to the quaint shops and eateries of Nashua's historic downtown, a trip to Nashua is not complete without a shopping trip. End the trip at Holman Stadium, where you can see a baseball game played by New Hampshire's only professional baseball team, the Nashua Pride.