It's no secret that there are endless places for tourists to visit in both New Hampshire and New England as a whole.

Are you an avid hiker, camper, skier, or general outdoorsman (or woman)? You can pay a visit to the White Mountains. Are you a fan of history, or perhaps strolling through those charming, quintessential New England towns? This writer would recommend visiting Portsmouth and experiencing all that the small coastal city has to offer. How about the beach? Whether your aim is sunning, surfing, or strolling down the boardwalk, we've got it all. Honestly, we could go on and on about the things to do in the Granite State and surrounding areas.

But what are New Hampshire's top attractions? What are the bucket list destinations that out-of-staters should visit when looking for things to see and do in the area? Well, thanks to Attractions of America, we now know.

The website recently compiled this list of 20 of the most popular attractions in the entire state. Many of these places are iconic spots that you probably already know of, while others may be unknown to you. We looked at the mentioned locations and compiled them into a list below, counting down from #20 to #1. How many of these landmarks, attractions, parks, and museums have you visited?

These Are New Hampshire's Top 20 Attractions

According to attractionsofamerica.com, these are 20 of the top attractions in the Granite State.

Now, let's take a look at what the seven modern wonders of New Hampshire would be.

The Seven Modern Wonders of New Hampshire

Finally, if you're in the mood for something to eat, here are some popular Chinese restaurants in the Granite State.

These Are 20 of the Best Chinese Restaurants in New Hampshire

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