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White Mountains Area Attractions

Mount Washington Valley attractions
From scenic railways winding through spectacular mountain vistas to nostalgic old-time country fairs to live performances at the oldest summer stock theater in the state, White Mountain attractions provide a wide range of entertainment during your stay at our North Conway bed and breakfast. Of course, we'll be happy to assist you with planning your daily itinerary to best suit your personal interests.

  • Mt. WashingtonMount Washington Center/Mount Washington Observatory museum and shop - www.mountwashington.org
    The Observatory continues to record and disseminate weather information. It also serves as a benchmark station for the measurement of cosmic ray activity in the upper atmosphere, develops robust instrumentation for severe weather environments and conducts many types of severe weather research and testing.

  • Mt. Washington Auto Road - www.MtWashingtonAutoRoad.com

    The Northeast's highest peak, 6,288-foot Mt. Washington, will captivate you with its remarkable views of the Presidential Range, the White Mountain National Forest and beyond. The route, the views and the magic of this mountain sanctuary have remained largely unchanged since travelers began winding their way up Mount Washington in 1861. The "Road to the Sky" was an unprecedented engineering achievement and remains the first man-made attraction in the United States! Today, it awaits your personal voyage of discovery.
  • Mount Washington Cog Railway - www.thecog.com
    The ever-changing surroundings, the magnificent views, the sights and sounds of unique steam locomotives in action, and some of the steepest Railway tracks in existence, combine to place it among the best of the world's great railway journeys. This is a trip that must be made to be fully appreciated!

  • The Kancamagus Highway - www.yankeecruisah.com/kanc.html
    Dedicated by the US Forest Service as a Scenic Byway for its recreation opportunities and aesthetic, cultural, and historic values, the Kancamagus Highway stretches from the Pemigewasset River at Lincoln 34-1/2 miles to the Saco River at Conway, NH. The route climbs to nearly 3000' as it traverses the flank of Mt. Kancamagus near Lincoln. It is open year-round, weather permitting

  • Franconia Notch State Park - www.franconianotchstatepark.com
    Franconia Notch is a spectacular mountain pass traversed by a unique parkway which is part of the White Mountain Trail, a 100-mile scenic loop through the WMNF. The Franconia Notch area extends from the Flume Gorge and the Basin at the south to Cannon Mountain and Echo Lake at the north.

Railroad attractions

  • Conway Scenic RailroadConway Scenic Railroad - www.conwayscenic.com
    TRAVEL WITH US ON ONE OF OUR NOSTALGIC TRAIN RIDES of varying duration. Whether you choose one of the Valley routes to Conway or Bartlett, or the legendary Crawford Notch excursion, you'll experience the excitement of rail travel in the comfort of open or enclosed restored passenger cars.

  • Hartmann Model Railroad and Toy Museum - www.hartmannrr.com
    A Museum for all ages! Featuring many operating layouts... from G to Z scales on display. See detailed operating layouts with trains winding through tunnels, over bridges and by miniature train stations and buildings

  • Lincoln Hobo Railroad - www.hoborr.com
    The trackage between Northfield and Lincoln is operated by The Hobo and Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroads.

  • Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad - www.hoborr.com/winni.html
    Scenic train rides along the shoreline of Lake Winnipesaukee.

Area Events

  • Mount Washington Valley Events - www.mwvevents.com
    Homepage for community and family events presented by non-profit organizations around the valley.

  • Fryeburg Fair, Fryeburg, Maine - www.fryeburgfair.com
    Maine’s Blue Ribbon Classic. The early October fair boasts Maine’s largest agricultural event, held on 185 acres in the Saco River Valley of the eastern foothills of the White Mountains, complete with six days of harness racing, a farm museum second to none, the world’s largest steer and oxen show, and a reputation known throughout North America.

  • Sandwich Fair, Center Sandwich, NH - www.sandwichfairnh.com
    Located in the center of New Hampshire in the Lakes Region, just south of the White Mountains. 4-H clubs exhibits, traditional horse and oxen pulling contests, antique auto parade and tractor show, and wonderful midway rides make for an exciting country fair that provides fun and entertainment for all ages.

  • The Barnstormers, Tamworth Village, NH - www.barnstormerstheatre.com
    The oldest summer stock theater in New Hampshire, and one of the oldest professional summer theaters in the United States.

  • Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield, ME - www.stonemountainartscenter.com/ArtsCenter/index.html
    Nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains, just over the border from NH in Brownfield, Maine, the Stone Mountain Arts Center is a beautiful timber frame barn hosting national acts up close and personal in an equally beautiful setting.

 

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Red Elephant Inn Bed & Breakfast
(formerly known as Victorian Harvest Inn Bed and Breakfast)
28 Locust Lane - PO Box 1763 - North Conway, New Hampshire (NH) 03860
Telephone: 603-356-3548 - Fax: 603-356-8430 - Toll Free: 1-800-642-0749
Email: info@redelephantinn.com - Website: A North Conway NH Bed and Breakfast Inn