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New Hampshire Building

Although the country was in the midst of the depression in 1930, the New Hampshire Building was constructed at a cost of $75,000. This majestic structure was built using New Hampshire granite for its columns and trim and features a curved porch and tall columns similar in style to the White House. A state map is built into the main entrance walk showing the state’s counties and major cities.

As a visitor to New Hampshire you can enjoy special demonstrations representing the Granite State, including wood and decoy carving, cheese carving, spinning and weaving, stenciling, basket making and much more. There’s also a chance to satisfy your sweet tooth with New Hampshire-made maple sugar and blueberry pie.

New Hampshire Building Exhibitors

Bunny Boogie - Prints of bunny/wildlife sketches; skin care products and gift items

Champions of New Hampshire Farms - Food concessions, featuring famous NH Mac & Cheese, corn on the cob, NH Kettle Korn; consignment store

Clark Summit Alpacas, LLC - Alpaca fiber products--hats, scarves, dryer balls, yarn/roving and more

CritterGear - Dog/cat collars, leashes, toys etc.

Family Signs - Children’s activity boxes, signs

Harvest Thyme Herbs - Dip mixes, seasonings, teas, cat nip products, etc.

Jayelay Jewelers - Jewelry using mixed metals, gemstones and other natural materials

Memory Mats Custom Name Frames, LLC - Custom wood frames

Misty Hill Farm - Handcrafted goat milk soaps, lotions, creams, balms, etc.

Mt. Moosilauke Candies - Homemade fudge, chocolates, dipped fruits, etc.

NH Division of Travel & Tourism Development - Maps and information about NH attractions and events

NH Maple Producers Association - Maple syrup, candy, cotton candy and more

Toadstool Design, LLC - Lap desks, footstools, rocking horses, etc.

Towne Liquors - Serving New Hampshire craft beers

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