29) NEW HAMPSHIRE
Durham’s Three Chimneys Inn, built in 1649, is the oldest building in Durham and among the oldest in New Hampshire. It’s also said to be home to several restless spirits and was voted one of America’s most haunted structures. You may encounter Hannah, the Granddaughter of Mr. Valentine Hill, the original owner. There’s plenty to do in Durham. Ask the staff about local events or taking a harbor cruise. Take a bike ride along the coast and discover 18 miles of beaches. New Hampshire also has some of the best fishing and skiing spots you’ll find anywhere. See what everyday life was like in the 17th century at the Strawberry Banke Museum, a restored waterfront neighborhood exhibiting 350 years of history. If you just want to kick back, the ffrost Sawyer Tavern, run by Executive Chef Jonathan Cox, offers local fresh cuisine. So, grab your ski’s and make your reservation.
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