Take a short walk down the hill and you’ll find yourself in Plymouth, NH, a town that is literally the stuff of poems (Robert Frost’s poem the “Good Hours” traces his steps on a winter walk through the town). It’s no wonder the town is considered a New England landmark, and one of America’s Top 10 Small Towns as well as one of National Geographic Adventure Magazine’s 50 next great adventure towns.
It’s also a true college town with a variety of shops, great restaurants, lodging and attractions. The local movie theatre has been restored, renamed The Flying Monkey, and now features movies and live entertainment in an intimate atmosphere. At Biederman’s, a local deli, the open-mic nights pack the house.
You’ll also have year-round access to incredible outdoor adventure and access to fine arts and craftspeople, writers, painters, sculptors, scholars, musicians, inventors, graphic artists, photographers, and textile designers who all contribute to our cultural wealth.
With an amazing array of outdoor recreation activities beckoning from every direction, the question is never what to do. It’s what to do next.