All of these memorable spots are located within 1 hour of Antique Alley. While you’re vacationing in these areas, take a day trip to the best antiquing New Hampshire has to offer–Route 4 Antique Alley, New England’s oldest antiquing trail.
Concord, New Hampshire: Concord is New Hampshire’s state capital. Tour this historic city, explore our gold-domed capital building, and visit Concord’s charming Main Street shopping district. 15 minutes from Antique Alley.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: New Hampshire’s busy harbor is located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. In this charming city, you can tour the antique village of Strawbery Banke, shop the lovely historic downtown, listen to a concert in Prescott park, and dine at some of the state’s finest restaurants. 20 minutes from Antique Alley.
Coastal New Hampshire: While you’re visiting the New Hampshire beaches in Rye, New Castle, and North Hampton, take a day trip to Antique Alley. We’re just a half an hour away.
Lakes Region New Hampshire: In addition to the 10 lakes and ponds in Northwood, visit New Hampshire’s Lakes Region. Wolfeboro, New Hampshire is the oldest resort town in the country. This charming town sits between Lake Wentworth, Lake Winnepesaukee, and Crescent Lake. While you’re here, you can ride the Mount Washington Ferry, visit the villages of Moultonboro, Tuftonboro, and Center Harbor, or spend a day hiking, mountain climbing, or water skiing. 40 minutes from Antique Alley.
The White Mountains: Don’t miss New Hampshire’s beautiful mountain scenery. Visit The Old Man in the Mountain, Franconia Notch, & The Flume, ride the Cog Railway to the top of Mount Washington, and stay at one of New Hampshire’s resorts like The Mount Washington Hotel or The Balsams. Just an hour from Antique Alley.
Coastal Maine: While you’re visiting the Maine beaches in Kennebunkport, Kittery, York, and Ogunquit, take a day trip to Antique Alley. The best antiquing in New England is just 30 minutes away!