Red Carpet Inn And Suites
Plymouth, NH 03264
Quirky Tourist Attractions in or near New Hampshire
While in New Hampshire, you might enjoy a visit to:
Betty And Barney Hill were the first of the modern-day "abductees." They claimed to have been waylaid and probed by aliens while driving south on US 3 on September 19, 1961. Noted with a historical marker.
A well-done lookalike, erected to honor New Hampshire's most famous spaceman, Alan Shepard.
Low-tech, packed with vehicles. Includes the behemoth 1918 Lombard Log Hauler, "New Hampshire's first snowmobile." HOw about that funky 1973 burnt orange Inovar Sno Coupe -- Superfly's snowmobile?
The folks in the Fairbanks Museum aren't embarrassed that they have an oddball exhibit. They call it "bug art" -- which is in fact what it is -- with pride.
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Plymouth Hotel ChainsEcono Lodge
Cities Near PlymouthAshland
Hospitals & Medical Care FacilitiesSpeare Memorial Hospital
MuseumsPlymouth Historical Museum
Universities & CollegesPlymouth State College
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