1. Fuller Gardens – Fuller Gardens in North Hampton, NH is a turn of the century public botanical garden, located on the ocean featuring rose bushes of hundreds of varieties, formal English perennial borders, Japanese Garden and Conservatory.
2. Cathedral of the Pines Located in Rindge, NH Situated on a hilltop with a panoramic view of the Grand Monadnock, the Cathedral of the Pines is a breathtaking open-air cathedral and meeting space on 236 acres. Our historic monuments honor the service of American men and women—both military and civilian. We welcome visitors from all over the world to participate in our events and to explore the extraordinary sanctuary grounds, meditate in outdoor chapels and gardens, and learn our history.
3. Rundlet-May House – Located in Portsmouth, NH The Rundlet-May House shows four generations of family possessions and taste, ranging from original 1807 wall-coverings and furniture to twentieth-century additions by the Rundlets’ great-grandchildren. The gardens retain their original layout with plantings that were popular during the Colonial Revival period.
4. Robert Frost Farm – Located in Derry, NH offering Tours, displays, a trail, and poetry readings are all available at the park. Programs are offered to the public at no charge. This National Historic Landmark is supported by the Division of Parks and Recreation, the Robert Frost Homestead Trustees, and the Friends of the Robert Frost Farm.
5. Rhododendron State Park – Located in Fitzwilliam, NH Rhododendron State Park is named after the 16-acre grove of Rhododendron Maximum, which is the focal point of the park. A 0.6 mile-long universally accessible trail encircles the grove allowing visitors to observe, close up, the fragrant clusters of pink blossoms as they burst into bloom in mid-July.