New Hampshire

Just a short drive away from Boston Logan International Airport in Massachusetts next door, the natural wonders and charming cities of New Hampshire are within easy reach for small- to mid-size meeting and event groups looking for a classic New England getaway. Take your attendees to the state’s largest city, Manchester, which is the largest convention, sports, entertainment, arts and cultural destination in New Hampshire. Tap venues like the historic Palace Theatre, Delta Dental Stadium or various museums.

The natural beauty of the White Mountains, Lake Winnipesaukee and the Atlantic Ocean are just an hour’s drive away from Manchester. Scenic drives, authentic maple syrup experiences and more await groups who want to unplug and experience nature after a few days of business.

Learn more about the possibilities in New Hampshire in the articles below.

The Hotel Concord Unveils New Meeting Space

The Hotel Concord unveiled two executive boardrooms on property. The rooms are named after Revolutionary War General John Stark and his wife Molly Stark, two of New Hampshire’s most famous colonial figures.

The Glen House Opens in New Hampshire

The Glen House hotel opened at the base of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire. The property has historic roots in the state's White Mountains. The new hotel is the fifth iteration of The Glen House to be built near the site of the original hotel, a landmark that opened in 1852 as tourists began to flock to the summit of 6,288-foot Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast.