There is plenty of information about New Hampshire available online, which can be very useful to visitors to the state.

            A good place to begin doing some research is on the official site of the New Hampshire Division of Tourism & Travel Development.  This is a typical US state tourism site, and contains lots of useful information for first time travelers and returning visitors to the area.  A helpful tool for deciding which area of the state to explore is the Towns by Region link.  Here, users can select one of the state’s seven regions, after which a list of major cities and towns within that region is displayed.  A brief description of what each area has to offer is provided.  A State Info link provides information about things such as weather, state facts, and locations of visitor information centers.  You can also find more information on their social networks as well: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest

            For information specific to topics such as legislature, business and state law, visit the New Hampshire Government website.  The Events Calendar link (found on the “visitors” section of the homepage) provides an opportunity for visitors to search for events throughout the state based on date, region, and category. 

            A good way to get to know an unfamiliar area better is by studying its geography.  A good place to start is by looking at a Map of New Hampshire.

            For detailed weather information about any of the state’s major cities or towns, visit the Weather Channel website.