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Discover America's charming northeast from a Manchester vacation home
Encounter arts and culture, the great outdoors, and a variety of dining options while staying at comfortable accommodations in Manchester, New Hampshire. Cute condos in the city or spacious family homes out of town make for great bases for exploring the area.
Traditional American food in large portions makes the Red Arrow Diner a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Fun menu items include a mug of bacon, build-your-own burgers, and home-baked twinkies. Don't miss the daily blue plate specials.
For a more refined dinner out, head to the Republic Café & Bistro. The international menu features many farm-to-table options, including local meats, produce, and dairy. A mix-and-match approach to cold antipasti, gourmet sodas, and chef's specials complete the experience.
The Currier Museum of Art is home to a surprisingly diverse permanent collection. The Zimmerman House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is one of the property's most visited attractions. Temporary exhibits are often on loan from the Smithsonian Institute.
If you prefer the performing arts, a live show at the Palace Theatre is a must. This perfectly restored venue, built in 1915, hosts comedy, live music, and musicals, featuring both local and national performers. Matinee shows are of excellent value.
The one-mile loop at Livingston Park is a great place to stretch your legs without leaving town. Parking, picnic areas, a playground, and bathrooms are available in the park, and entrance is free. Nature buffs can spot a variety of migrating birds on the small pond.
For a break from the city, head to Lake Massabesic. Fishing, kayaking, sailing, and nature watching are the most popular activities, and equipment rentals are available on site. Land lovers will find plenty of hiking and biking trails as well.
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