Often snow-cloaked, the spiny summit of Mount Washington makes it the tallest peak in the northeast and the king of the White Mountain Region, an area laced with hiking trails and dotted with quaint little hamlets.
A modest stone building in Concord houses the Museum of New Hampshire History, a facility with a focus, not surprisingly on state history. Set off Eagle Square, this museum offers visitors a glimpse, through changing exhibits, of all things New Hampshire, from the Appalachian Mountains to fine art, dolls to the presidential primaries. The facility's permanent collection and library contain a further assortment of documents and artifacts associated with the early days of this northern state for interested researchers.
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