Just one hour north of Boston, we overlook New Hampshire’s thriving city of Manchester. With hiking trails to the left and downtown to the right, you’ll find all kinds of things to do.
With a population of over 110,000 people, Manchester is the largest city in New Hampshire and the largest north of Boston and combines exciting urban opportunities with nearby natural splendor.
#1 "Small City in the East"
Money Magazine cited Manchester in its review of Best Places to Live in America.
# 4.00 44
best state in 2021 ranking by U.S. News & World Report
miles to Elm Street in downtown Manchester
minutes to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
Check Out Some of Our Favorite Activities:
Grab some great coffee at local shops like Café La Reine, Apotheca, and the Inside Scoop.
Discover the arts and culture of the area by visiting the Palace Theatre, the Currier Museum of Art, Cat Alley, and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House.
Eat your way through Manchester’s Downtown Taco Tour, New England’s largest Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Support the local music scene at Murphy’s, Stark, or Strangebrew and see favorites like Carrie Underwood, Panic! at the Disco, Ariana Grande, or Kevin Hart at the nearby concert venues.
Check out two of Manchester’s most famous restaurants: The Red Arrow Diner and the Puritan Backroom, a favorite of New Hampshire native, Adam Sandler.
Embrace flannel season with fall foliage photoshoots, apple picking, and of course, some cider donuts.
About New Hampshire
New Hampshire was recently ranked one of 2021’s fastest-growing states in the Northeast by the U.S. Census Bureau
1,786 mountains to explore in N.H.
54 covered bridges
18 miles of coastline
0% Sales Tax
Students can be in the middle of a city, standing on a beach, climbing a mountain, or kayaking on a lake in less than an hour drive.