Durham may be known as the hometown of University of New Hampshire’s beautiful campus (one of the safest and greenest in the country!), but in addition to being a quintessential New England college town, Durham has so much to offer.
Located on the banks of Great Bay and Oyster River, Durham boasts a beautiful natural landscape with acres upon acres of terrain to explore, and history to learn! We especially love sledding down Wagon Hill in the winter months, and hiking along the trails to view the beautiful foliage in the fall. On Durham’s Main Street, you’ll find a variety coffee shops, cafes, eateries, and local shops (which may be especially appealing to all of our Wildcat fans out there), as well as historic sights, and a stunning display of foliage come fall.
Whether you’re visiting someone at college and want to enjoy the small town charm, or are exploring the nature trails and bodies of water, Durham is a beautiful New Hampshire town that’s certainly worth a visit. It’s also a lovely place to live!
THINGS TO DO & BUSINESSES TO VISIT IN DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE
-Run, hike, bike, or wander through College Woods that offers over 250 acres of trails!
-Boat on Great Bay!
-Go sledding at Wagon Hill Farm!
-Visit University of New Hampshire’s Art Museum!
MEET DURHAM, NH COFFEE SHOP: SAXBY’S!
A LOCAL’S GUIDE TO DURHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE!