New Hampshire Wedding Venues

See our favorite wedding venues on New Hampshire below.

DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown

700 Elm St, Manchester, NH 03101, USA

The DoubleTree by Hilton, located in the heart of downtown Manchester offers an exceptional location to seal your wedding day. In

Frog Belly Farm

173 Wyman Rd, Keene, NH 03431, USA

Frog Belly Farm in New Hampshire is the best wedding venue for a number of reasons. First, the setting is simply gorgeous. The far

Searles Castle

23 Searles Rd, Windham, NH 03087, United States

If a couple is looking for an elegant and luxurious wedding reception venue in New Hampshire, Searles Castle should be number one

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Why is New Hampshire perfect for my wedding?

New Hampshire is a must-see destination for those who love the great outdoors. The state’s many attractions will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to take on another day of exploration. Whether it be exploring newfound wilderness or enjoying one of their beautiful beaches, there are plenty of things in this wonderful little known place worth seeing!

Another great thing about this place is the beauty and freedom that comes with its vast space – you can even exchange vows here and choose from ample of options to where your ceremony and reception would be! North Conway, Lake Winnipesaukee and Hampton Beach are perfect destination spots for those looking to get away from it all. Active couples can enjoy skiing in winter or hiking through the wilderness as well. If you want to be in the middle of nature, then this place is perfect! There are plenty of activities that happen all year round for both adventure seekers and people who just love peace and quiet.

Lake Sunapee is a serene region in all seasons, where water sports enthusiasts can enjoy their active vacation year-round. In addition to its lakes and snow packed mountains that offer winter activities such as skiing or snowmobiling trips, you can now indulge with some yummy summertime fun on one of the many scenic beaches around Mount Kearsarge! Covered bridge fans who are looking for a little culture should visit the Cornish-Windsor Bridge. This charming attraction features top caliber entertainment, and is perfect as an addition to your vacation plans.

The people of New Hampshire have a lot to offer those who love the great outdoors. Whether you’re an avid fisherman or hiker, there are plenty of activities for every type and style here! In towns like Colebrook, Columbia and Pittsburg, you’re never too far from a festival. Festivals are just one of the many activities that these small communities have to offer to locals and even tourists.

On one hand, the Manchester mill town was once a thriving community. Now it’s enjoying its second life as an up-and-coming vacation destination, thanks in part to attractions like performing arts and museums for those who want more than just sun all day long. Museums are not only about preserving history, they also serve as great places of inspiration that can spark creativity among visitors – especially young ones!

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