- TripBuzz found 82 things to do with kids in or near Cornish, New Hampshire, including 80 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodstock, Windsor, Ludlow and Hanover.
- From Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site to Cornish-Windsor Bridge, the Cornish area offers 76 different types of family activities, including: Bridges, Historic Sites, Theaters and National & State Parks.
- Home to the annual Cornish Fair, the city of Cornish, New Hampshire is a residential and tourist destination in the states northern region. Visitors can learn about the city's early heritage by visiting it's local historic landmarks, notable homes and museums. Other points of interest include the areas photo-worthy covered bridges and the nearby game preserve.
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The home, studios and gardens of notable American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens are now the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. Over 100 of the artist's works are exhibited in the buildings and grounds, and visitors can walk the site on trails, or participate in a sculpture class.
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The Windsor - Cornish covered bridge spans the Connecticut River in order to connect Windsor, Vermont with Cornish, New Hampshire. It is the longest wooden covered bridge in the United States.
The Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge spans the Connecticut River between Cornish, New Hampshire and Windsor, Vermont. There were three bridges built on the site before the construction of the current bridge that is popular for bikers.
Located within the renovated 1846 Robbins & Lawrence factory, the American Precision Museum holds the largest collection of historically significant machine tools. Special programs and hands-on exhibits specifically target children so that education in this field becomes more fun.
The Old Constitution House is a US National Historic Place and known as the birthplace of the constitution of Vermont. Tours of a dining room and tavern are available, as well as a tea parlor and bed chamber.
Wolf Creek is 11,100 acres of water and 250 miles of land used for activities like camping, horseback riding, snowmobiling, boating, fishing, water skiing and swimming. Deer, pheasant and wild turkey are among the wildlife seen there.