Londonderry in Rockingham County, New Hampshire is home to more than 24,000 people. This town is known for its apple orchards. Visit the town now with a bus charter in Londonderry, New Hampshire and see its various attractions.
Head to Tupelo Music Hall and listen to talented nationally recognized musicians as they perform in a friendly, intimate, and relaxed setting. Or you can check out Town Center, which is the civic heart of Londonderry and is where you will find the Town Common, which is the gathering place for various community activities including Concerts on the Common, Art on the Common, and Old Home Day.
Old Home Day is the town's largest event and has been a long-standing Londonderry tradition, as well as one of the oldest consecutive celebrations in the state, being on its 116th year in 2015. Celebrated every third weekend in August, the five-day event started as an effort to remedy the decline of the small farming town by inviting former residents, families, and friends back to the Granite State. Now, Old Home Day features events and activities like band concerts, movie night, a baby contest, fireworks, a parade, a 5k road race, Londonderry Sings, and children's games.
You can also go to Leach Library, which offers museum passes and art displays aside from books.
The Gen. Mason J. Young House is the only site in town that has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house, which is also known as the William Boyd House, was built in 1802 on a farm that was in active use since 1757. The house's interior has well-preserved period woodwork.
You can then ask your bus charter to take you to the Morrison House Museum on Pillsbury Road. The museum includes the Morrison House, the Clark Blacksmith Shop, Parmenter Barn, and the Litchfield Carriage. There is also a museum for Londonderry tools and artifacts that illustrate life in town during the 18th century.
There's also Glenwood Cemetery, where many of the original founding families and residents of Londonderry as well as Civil War veterans are buried. The oldest graves here date as far back as 1790.
Londonderry has many nature and outdoor destinations that you can visit with friends and family.
Get on a bus charter in Londonderry, New Hampshire and check out Kendall Pond, which consists of 60 acres of forest, marshes, and wetlands. If you want a quiet walk and a relaxing nature-watching experience, it has a trail that runs through the woods and along Beaver Brook.
You can also go on a quiet walk in the woods at the Bockes-Ingersoll Memorial Forest, which is part of a 226-acre area in Londonderry and Hudson that was once a residence, tree farm, and summer camp.
You can also go to Londonderry's largest conservation area and home to its most developed trail system: Musquash Conservation Area. Or perhaps go canoeing and fishing at Scobie Pond.
As we said, Londonderry is known for its apple orchards, so you should not miss a visit to Apple Way, which connects five farms and a few historic sites.
There's also Adams Pond/Moose Hill Orchard, where you don't only get to admire scenic views of orchards along a gently sloping hillside but also the chance to walk or bike on a well-developed trail system or to have a picnic.
There's also Sunnycrest Farm, which offers a farm store for fresh fruits and vegetables, seasonal pick-your-own stands, baked goods, cider, and a small petting zoo. Merrill Farm, on the other hand, has a simple stand that sells seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as other homemade goods.
Do not forget to make a reservation for a bus charter in Londonderry, New Hampshire for your group transportation needs. Call 1-866-569-2012 to do so.