- Our list of the best things to do in Franconia, New Hampshire, features the top 100 nearby activities — including 51 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Franconia, 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 18 things to do within the city of Franconia, NH , followed by 82 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lincoln, St. Johnsbury, Waterville Valley, Littleton, Whitefield, Bethlehem, Bretton Woods, Jefferson, Bartlett, Bath, Conway, Gorham and North Conway
Stowe Free Library features 25,000 books, 2,000 films, audio books on CD, downloadable audio book titles, music CDs, magazines, journals and newspaper subscriptions. They also have a research room and computer workstations with free wi-fi.
100% 10 votes
West side of Route 100 and south of Route 108, Adjacent to Macutchan Forest, Stowe, VT 05672 MoreLess Info
As a conservation area, Cady Hill Forest offers visitors 258 acres of woodland to hike, mountain bike, and hunt in. During the winter, visitors can take the ski lift up to the top of the hill for skiing opportunities.
Laughing Moon Chocolates makes and sells chocolate and confections, and offers daily chocolate dipping demonstrations and sample tastings. Hands-on adult and family workshops allow participants create their own chocolates.
With collections covering seven different areas of ski history, the Vermont Ski Museum has artifacts about the sport in general, its role in Vermont, and even the development of ski equipment. The museum also has a permanent Hall of Fame exhibit to honor athletes, pioneers, and contributors.
79% 605 votes
3600 Waterbury-Stowe Road, Waterbury Center, VT 05677 MoreLess Info
Cider is pressed at the Cold Hollow Cider Mill throughout the year, and tours of the facilities are held at the same time that the pressing facility is open. There is also an on-site general store that has Vermont-made gifts, crafts, fresh donuts, and other specialty foods.
The Stowe Recreation Path is an award-winning 5.3 mile path designed for bikes, rollerblades, pedestrians, runners and nordic skiers in winter. Featuring swimming holes, scenic mountain views and picnic areas, the path is open year-round.