New Hampshire is what New England was, or so say the local residents in this part of the country. Quintessential New England is reflected in charming and historic Portsmouth, a small city that Money Magazine frequently calls "one of the ten best places to live". In the autumn, the Fall Color Report gives thousands of visiting "leaf peepers" a chance to find the very best foliage in the state. Take a ride on the Cog Railroad to the top of Mt. Washington and experience the worst weather in the United States.
Learn about the history of New Hampshire's Grand Hotel Resorts and their comeback in contemporary times. Pull off the highway into one of America's original roadside attractions - Clark's Trading Post. Run by the Clark family since the 1930's, it began with Eskimo dogs and now features trained bears and a variety of other attractions. All aboard the "Lafayette Dinner Train", a restaurant with a constantly changing view.
Meet Peter Limmer who's customs boots have been on top of nearly every major mountain peak in the world and if you want to order a pair you'll have to wait 42 months! Take a tour of Canterbury Shaker Village and step back in time to America's oldest general store in Bath, NH. Since 1792 it's been one of the most recognized periodicals ever published. Visit Yankee Publishing and learn the hidden secrets of The Old Farmer's Almanac.
(Discoveries America New England 6 DVD collection includes 5% discount: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Condensed version also available with 6 DVD's in a single case.)
"You folks did a wonderful job. This is something I will hold onto forever. I think you captured New Hampshire in a great way. Residents who see this show will be proud to be part of the state."