Tours in New Hampshire

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  • Haunted Acres
    In the deep, dark woods of Candia, thrill-seekers tentatively explore Haunted Acres' Area 52, which sends tingles up spines with five terrifying attractions created by horror professionals with 20 years of experience. Guests step inside the quarter-mile Nightmare woods walk and immediately duck to avoid the Hollywood-esque animatronic slayer and possessed flowers while trying to spot the real ghost that has been photographed here by paranormal investigators. Over at the Graveyard of the Damned, adventurers walk across the exposed face of a man buried on the walking trail before heading to the pitch-black Maze from Hell and the ghoulish prison Cell Block 13. Those who have any nerve left can then explore the 3-D Nuclear Accident site fogged up with clouds of radioactive steam. The spooky attractions, which feature a central common area, were given five stars by Boston Events Insider. It then went on to say that "Haunted Acres is nothing less than a must see destination that deserves more praise than five stars can convey." Patrons can make an evening of it with Haunted Acres' bonfires, food, beer and wine, and dual 1,000-foot zip lines.
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    446 Raymond Road
    Candia, NH US
  • Fright Kingdom
    A labyrinth filled only with darkness. A Victorian manor occupied by the sinister Bloodmare family. A 3D carnival of demented clowns and cobwebbed corpses. These aren't horror film premises—these are a few of the many attractions at Fright Kingdom, one of the largest indoor haunted attractions in New England. Each year, guests meander through the 80,000 square foot Halloween-themed facilities to squeal at ghosts, monsters, and vampires as well as check if the pulses in their wrists still work. Five distinct houses each with detailed set design, live actors, and intricate animations offer visitors their pick of horror genres: Zombie Apocalypse, Victorian-themed Bloodmare Manor, the twisted Psycho-Circus in 3D, Grim, and Castle of Corpses. Less terrifying offerings include concessions, a fortune teller, games, and face painting. In recognition of their reign of terror, Fright Kingdom was named one of America's Best Haunts in 2013 and 2014, as well as voted the #1 Haunted House by WMUR Viewer’s Choice in 2013 and 2014.
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    12 Simon St.
    Nashua, NH US
  • Concord Optical Co.
    Concord Optical Co. knows you need amazing eye care to keep you seeing your best. Visit their offices in Concord today. After getting your eyes checked, try on a pair of stylish specs or order a new batch of contacts. Concord Optical Co. accepts major credit cards, making payments for your services quick and convenient. Your vision is priceless, so make sure it's treated with only the best care at Concord Optical Co.
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    80 Thoreau Street
    Concord, MA US
  • Zorvino Vineyards
    The inspiration for Zorvino Vineyards came to Jim and Cheryl Zanello in the same way it does for many American vintners—from a trip to Italy. Taken by the contrast in the quality of the wines and the pace of life between the two countries, the Zanellos brought over their own taste of the old country to an 80-acre New England estate. With grapes sourced both from their own vineyard and such regions as Tuscany, Chile, and California, the pair crafts a suite of red, white, and fruit wines that they sell on site and proffer to local restaurants and merchants. However, the winery itself is worth a trip, with its wrought-iron gate, lantern posts that seem to grow out of empty casks, and swarms of fireflies that send Morse code recommendations for the best wine to pair with salmon. Inside the tasting room, guests lean on hardwood banisters as they sip samples of the winery’s creations.
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    226 Main Street
    Sandown, NH US
  • Lighthouse Preservation Society
    For more than 30 years, The Lighthouse Preservation Society has worked to save and maintain the endangered lighthouses of the United States. The organization has spawned Congressional hearings and legislation, sponsored National Lighthouse Day, and aided in the creation of the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act and the National Lighthouse Museum. The organization has also raised lighthouse awareness in the national consciousness, placing hundreds of lighthouses on the National Register of Historic Places and landing the most scenic ones on popular U.S. Postage stamps. This is all in addition to the ongoing preservation efforts; to date, the organization has raised nearly $6 million for more than 160 lighthouse-restoration projects. It's little wonder that the nonprofit was chosen as a recipient of the prestigious Presidential Achievement Award for its efforts to maintain America's coastal heritage. Day to day, members lead lighthouse tours and present lighthouse-related presentations, gather historic documents and artifacts, and manufacture replica replacement parts. Even when a lighthouse guides its last ship, the organization keeps its spirit alive through creative adaptive reuse projects. They take special pride in their private dining program, headquartered in the Newburyport Lighthouse on Massachusetts' North Shore. Recommended by Boston's Phantom Gourmet and lauded by Yankee Magazine as a "glass-enclosed love nest," the intimate multicourse meals pair dishes from sea and land with views of the historic town harbor and picturesque beaches. The cozy circular room nestled at the top of the lighthouse retains its functional panoramic views, but also features comforts including padded benches, a dining table, a music system, and a climate control system. There's even an outdoor balcony, giving diners the chance to feel the ocean breezes from 60 feet in the air.
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    11 Seaborne Dr
    Dover, NH US
  • The Haunted Woods
    The Haunted Woods dares wary travelers to brave not one, but four distinct scary haunts. Traversing the backwoods around OSG Paintball Park in Barnstead would be terrifying enough in the dark, let alone on a night when the woods are overrun with zombies, hardened criminals, and who knows what else. Those rash enough to venture through will first have to venture through the carnival of madness or endure the horrors of zombie town with its brain-eating residents and literally dead nightlife. Finally those remaining will have to survive an encounter with the sinister residents of a prison for the criminally insane—assuming they don't find themselves sentenced to a longer stay. Added this year is a live zombie shoot but must purchase paintballs at an additional price.
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    1053 North Barnstead Road
    Barnstead, NH US

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