Oct 25

Meet Jason Tors: Littleton’s “Music Man”

For a small mountain town of 5,882 residents in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Littleton has an art scene that would rival larger cities like Portsmouth, Manchester, and even Portland, Maine and Burlington, Vermont. While it’s easy to walk...

Oct 04

Art on Main Street: Discover Littleton’s Creative Side

Home to Eleanor Porter, author of the famous novel Pollyanna, Littleton has always been known for the creativity that comes from it. For a small mountain town, Littleton has an abundance of places to see and buy local art and artisan crafts. Each...

Sep 24

Weekend Guide: Mountain Biking in Littleton

What better way to see all the colorful leaves this fall than by two wheels? Littleton is one of the best places to mountain bike in New Hampshire. Nestled on the banks of the Ammonoosuc River, not far from Vermont, Littleton is the perfect place...

Aug 17

A Local Secret: Scenic Drives Without The Crowds This Fall

New Hampshire is known for many things including maple syrup, award winning breweries, beautifully groomed ski mountains, gorgeous lupine fields, and breathtaking foliage in the fall. Throughout the year, the White Mountains and Great North Woods...

Jul 05

5 Ways to Explore the Great Outdoors This Summer

Littleton, New Hampshire has a lot to offer year-round. Home to one of America’s Greatest Main Streets is a great place to base yourself for a summer outdoor adventure. Explore Littleton and the surrounding area by foot, two wheels, and boat....

Jul 05

Here's How You Can Cool Off This Summer in Littleton

The temperatures are climbing in to the 90s as we reach July! The height of summer means more time spent by the water and not spent in the house melting away. A little known fact by visitors is that Littleton is a great place to stay for a fun...

Jun 05

The Colonial Theatre: A History of Hollywood GLAMOUR

Nestled at the edge of the White Mountains, Bethlehem is a picturesque classic New England town overlooking the mountains of northern New Hampshire. Founded in 1774, the “Star of the White Mountains” has a long history. After the Civil War,...

May 16

The Story of Littleton and Pollyanna

Have you ever visited the Littleton Library and wondered who the little girl with a big floppy hat and open arms is?

Well, that’s Pollyanna. In 2002, Littleton unveiled the famous bronze statue in honor of Eleanor H. Porter, who was a Littleton...

Mar 19

The Best Things to Do at Bretton Woods

Bretton Woods is New Hampshire’s largest ski area with over 464 acres of skiing and snowboarding within the White Mountain National Forest. For the past five years, it has been ranked in the top two spots in the East for Snow and Grooming. 

Mar 08

The Best Things to Do After Skiing in Littleton

Named one of America’s Best Main Streets, Littleton is a great place to hang out after a day of skiing. It doesn’t matter if you just got off the rope tow at Mt. Eustis or one of the high-speed quads at Bretton Woods,  downtown Littleton is the...