- Our list of the best things to do in Littleton, New Hampshire, features the top 90 nearby activities — including 49 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Littleton, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 8 things to do within the city of Littleton, NH , followed by 82 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lincoln, Franconia, St. Johnsbury, Bethlehem, Whitefield, Bretton Woods, Jefferson, East Burke, Bath, Bartlett and Cabot
Fiddleheads is a specialty boutique stocking products from local, regional and national artists and artisans including jewellery, blown glass, and body products. An on-site art gallery shows and sells works by local artists.
Built in 1797, the Littleton Grist Mill is a working mill on the Ammonoosuc River. Restored in 1997, the mill is open to the public as a working museum, featuring a 20-foot waterwheel that powers a millstone on the first floor of the building.
A two-screen movie theater with 600 seats, Jax Cinemas Jr displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers facility rental for private events, high-back chairs and a concession area with food and drinks.
The Cellar Gallery At the Artworks is a local art gallery featuring a large variety of artwork by local and New England artists available for purchase. Framed and unframed works and numerous prints are among the works available to buy.
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23 Ammonoosuc Street, Littleton, NH 3561 MoreLess Info
North of the Notch Studio & Gallery is an art gallery that features paintings, original prints, and photographs by artist Bob Copeland. The facility is divided into three separate galleries that each exhibits a different type of artwork.
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4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH 03574 MoreLess Info
The Rocks Estate and Christmas Tree Farm lies on 1400 acres of property. In addition to the Christmas tree farm in the Winter, they also offer hiking, biking, and tours of the maple production in the Spring.
The Local Works Marketplace at WREN (Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network) is a local market showcasing work from over 200 local artists and craftspeople, including food, pottery, textiles, furniture and jewellery.