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Jimmy Tingle Comedy Package

Jimmy Tingle is regarded as one of the top social and political humorists in America. He will be performing for one night only at Woodwards starting at 6 PM! *See some information about Jimmy Tingle by visiting his website: http://jimmytingle.com/. We would love for you to join us Friday, February 23rd for a laugh-filled weekend. […]

Riding the Rails Through the Fall Foliage

There is no better way to experience the annual fall foliage season than a rail vacation through the fall colors in New England. Hobo Railroad Harvest Time Express A classic New England foliage ride, The Hobo Railroad leaves for its 80-minute excursions from Lincoln (just down the road from Woodwards) daily between September 17 and […]

Summer Craft Festival

The Village Shops and Town Green along Main Street in Lincoln, NH will burst into color and flavor for the 25th Annual Lincoln Summer Craft Festival on Saturday August 12 and Sunday August 13, 2017. Over 100 Juried Artisans will display and sell their traditional American made works; including Fine Jewelry, Pottery, Scarves, Puzzles, Calligraphy, […]

Do Go Chasing Waterfalls in Lincoln!

The White Mountains boasts more than 100 waterfalls, some visible from the road, and others that may require a hike. There are many in Lincoln, and we think the best in the state include Franconia Falls, Georgian Falls, and Avalanche Falls! Franconia Falls is located at the end of one of the flattest long-distance strolls […]

March is Maple Month!

Come on up! Experience the centuries-old craft of maple sugaring and taste why pure New Hampshire maple syrup is the enduring harbinger of spring during Maple Sugaring Month, hosted by the New Hampshire Maple Producers Association. Between March 11 and April 2, 2017, you can participate in this New England tradition at one of several […]

Make Some Memories this Winter

In the movie Citizen Kane, the snow-globe falling from Kane’s dying fingers and shattering on the stairs sets up cinema’s greatest metaphor for life unlived. It also reminds us of the power — and importance — of making memories! Winter in the White Mountains is in full swing, so the time for making memories is […]

Ahh, Autumn! Fall Foliage Train Rides

Mt. Washington Cog Railway, Marshfield Station This popular and historic railway carries passengers via biodiesel engine or vintage steam engine with replica coaches up a three-mile-long trestle to the 6,288-foot summit. Here you’ll see the surrounding national forest’s brilliant hues from some of the steepest railroad tracks in North America (37 percent grade in one […]

Fall is a Fantastic Time to Hike

Leaf peepers will soon fill New Hampshire’s roads as they flock to witness the turning of the leaves, but we know an even better way to experience this beautiful season than through the windshield of your car. The cool, crisp air of autumn is ideal weather for hiking and the riot of color offered by […]