Groups & Reunions in New Hampshire (NH)

Getting aboard a group tour for a New Hampshire vacation or short getaway is a great option to enjoy sightseeing, dining, gardens, historic homes and sites, and shopping without the worry of planning, making reservations, and driving. Sit back and enjoy. Let professional planners do their thing, as you enjoy the natural beauty and festivals and fun things to do in New Hampshire, in every season of the year

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Lakeside Wedding Pavilion - Margate Resort on Winnipesaukee - Laconia, NH
Margate Resort on Winnipesaukee

76 Lake Streeet Laconia, NH, 03246 Phone: 603-524-5210 Toll-Free: 800-627-4283

Lakeside resort a special place for your special event or celebration

Planning a special event or get-together for family, friends, former classmates or fellow employees? You’ll find the perfect one-of-a-kind setting at the spectacular Margate on Winnipesaukee, a lovely Lakes Region resort on the shores of Paugus Bay. With more than 100,000 square feet of customizable function and event space, the resort has been the successful site of family reunions, birthday and anniversary celebrations, team-building outings, trade shows and employee appreciation retreats. Indoor rooms are spacious and appealing, some with gorgeous lake views. And the West Lawn is a memorable site for outdoor recreational events and activities as well as picnics, clambakes and barbecues. (Check the website for information on Covid-19 restrictions and temporary closures of resort amenities and services.)
Autumn Equinox 500x250 - America's Stonehenge - Salem, NH
America's Stonehenge

105 Haverhill Road Salem, NH, 03079 Phone: 603-893-8300

Experience a field trip like no other

Students will be fascinated by America's Stonehenge, an archaeological site in Salem, New Hampshire, where some believe there's proof other Europeans reached North America a thousand years or more ahead of Columbus. We welcome scout troops, student groups, and of course families. We've put together an audio tour to help you find the megaliths and stone chambers that have been uncovered at the site. And we have a non-sensitive dig area where students can use archeologist's tools to hunt for arrowheads, bones, and other artifacts. You could find items left by Native Americans, colonial farmers, or more mysterious people. Visitors can also watch a short video on the site's history in our museum. We offer group discounts and with larger groups, chaperones are admitted free.