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- When in the area a must do, please take your time as there is plenty of things to see. I suggest to get a map or some points of interest to stop and enjoy natureWritten 1 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Such a magical experience. We ordered our tickets online where there at opening and we right to Santa . We were maybe the second family in line . Santa was kind and the whole experience was magical. I was surprised by the affordable prices of the photo packages . We found all items at the park priced fairly. Compared to other amusement parks. Feeding the reindeer was so much fun. The location is magical in a somewhat remote area so we made sure to have plenty of fuel .Written 18 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Pleasant trek through the woods and through the 'flume', where you hike along a river and a number of waterfalls (ok, not really hiking, more like walking along a maintain trail, replete with wooden stairs where needed). Plenty of spots for great photos. Saw people of all ages do the walk. Hiking boots not necessary. Many people in regular shoes or tennis shoes.
I went during peak fall foliage season so the place was PACKED. You had to have reserve tickets. Tickets at the door were sold out when I arrived, so on the spot I reserved tickets for the next day and came back. Reservations are based on time slots. Note that parking, while there is a decent amount available, gets full quick. Many cars were circling the lots waiting for a spot to open. When I came early the next day I had no problem finding a spot.
Small museum, gift shop, toilets, and place to grab snacks all available on site.Written 25 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- What a find, you do have to hike/walk .6 of a mile but very easy all flats. Once here enjoy the view and sounds, water is cold and i was able to taste it. Kept climbing the boulders and couldve gone even higher had the sun didnt start going down.Written 1 November 2023
- What a lovely slice of history wrapped into a fun, family experience. The family pride (5 generations) is showcased everywhere- from the stories of the bears to the museums to amazingly cleanliness and maintenance of everything. And it’s a whole lot of fun. Families with children will appreciate all the experiences included in admission price. I have a feeling we will be season pass holders next year. ( Keep in mind we are in our sixties and went with 30, 40 year old kids. And we had a blast. But can’t wait to take grandkids there!Written 16 September 2023
- Within the White Moutain National Forest in New Hampshire, there is a great visitor center and gist shop. spent 1 hours just there. Lots to do there is weather cooperates. The site of the first passenger aerial tramway in North America. The drive through the park is beautifulWritten 28 October 2023
- There’s a car park 5 minutes walk from the lookout which is easily walkable however $4 is extortion at its worst. You are limited to an hour’s parking but you can see it in 10 mins.
The views are spectacular all being said.Written 2 October 2023
- There are so many good things about Story Land, it’s hard to know where to start. We took advantage of the fact that you can go after 2PM and receive tickets for another day. What a great deal! We went on Aug 31/Sept 1 and there we’re practically no crowds. The staff were all great… super friendly and helpful. My two kids (6 and 10) went on almost every ride several times and enjoyed every second of it. The park is very clean and well kept. It was an expensive day… nothing here is cheap. I’d rather have great memories than money, so I can’t really complain. My son’s only complaint was there were no characters to meet. He really wanted to see Rory (a dinosaur mascot), but there didn’t seem to be any characters around… I chalked that up to the end of the season. I bought him a Rory stuffie at the gift shop, and that was an acceptable bargain. We will 100% return next year and (I hope) many years to come.Written 2 September 2023
- We came with our 8 month old and silly us, didn't realize it was $25 per adult to enter the actual river gorge walk, so we ended up doing the free nature walk close by and it was still pretty. Not sure if I'd pay that much to do the real walk, but might be worth it to some.Written 20 October 2023
- It is really near the carpark so you actually dont sweat when you reach it. And the roads are paved especially going to the handicap viewing area. Not that stroller friendly due to the natural landscape of the ground. On the way to the basin you could see the river and some minor falls for more enjoyment of the walk.Written 25 October 2023
- What a great museum, showcasing the gsitory of this important New Hampshire Town. To be able to explore the different buildings and learn the individual histories and how it fits into the wider context of the arra was really interesting. What was really good was how the museum took you through the ages, from pre-settlers right up to the 1950's.
This is a great day out!Written 17 October 2023
- A beautiful clean white sand gem along the Atlantic Seacoast. Excellent bathroom facilities, benches and an amazing Band Stand with nightly entertainment. The town is a throwback to the 50's with shops, fudge and bars.Written 28 August 2023
- We visited the Seven Birches Winery and had the lovely experience of Meghan’s hospitality. We walked in at 6:23pm (on our last night in town) knowing they closed at 7pm but reassured her we’d be done on time. She was patient, welcoming, and made us feel totally comfortable. Her knowledge of the wine was more than impressive. Meghan went on to tell us about the wine club which we happily joined. We especially love that the winery is independently owned! Seven Birches is lucky to have Meghan be a part of their team. We can’t wait to visit in the spring!
Deb & TyWritten 24 October 2023
- We took the Guided Tour - Shaker Stories: History and Legacy. Our tour guide Kevin was remarkable. He was very knowledgeable about the History of the Village and the Shakers. He added in humor and many interesting facts. Not just a “history tour”. It was a great afternoon learning about a very different utopian community. Very interesting. Highly recommend taking the Guided Tour to truly understand the Village and the Shakers. Much more than furniture.Written 25 November 2023
- wMy husband and I chose this as a meeting place for several of us flying in from different spots. What a great decision! A delightful restaurant, delicious soup served in china bowls, lovely helpful staff. And, most important of all, some first rate examples of major 20th century art. Sorry we could not have stayed even longer.Written 8 November 2023
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