Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. ~Robert Frost
You can take both roads in the Merrimack Valley Region of New Hampshire where you'll find New Hampshire's largest cities, some of the oldest towns, and welcoming bed and breakfasts throughout. Experience for yourself the farm that inspired many of Robert Frost's most enduring poems. The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport makes us the gateway to New England (use MHT when you search for flights).
The Currier Museum of Art and its mid-century modern Zimmerman House by Frank Lloyd Wright are in the state's largest city, Manchester. The "Queen City" also boasts 19th Century mills which have been converted in condos, a museum, antique malls and a science center where kids of all ages enjoy the interactive exhibits about the Merrimack River and learn about stewardship of our water resources at the Amoskeag Fishways. The planetarium and space center – McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is in the state capital of Concord. Two family friendly ski areas are in our region: McIntyre and Pats Peak.