Monadnock New Hampshire

Sharon Arts Center - The Exhibition gallery features the artworks of regional and nationally acclaimed artists in an invitational format rotating every seven to eight weeks. The Colonnade gallery features one-person exhibits of artists from the tri-state region on a five week rotating schedule.

Peterborough Players Professional Theater - As the only professional producing theatre in the region and one of the oldest summer stock companies in the country, the Players has staged more than 300 different plays over the years including works by Shakespeare, Shaw, Ibsen, Wilde, Wilder, Beckett, Williams, Miller, and Mamet.

Mariposa Museum & World Culture Center - Located in the center of Peterborough in the historic Baptist Church building, the Mariposa is a "hands-on" museum of artifacts from around the world, celebrating other cultures with regional exhibitions, performances and programs. Adults and families can enjoy the museum on their own "hands-on" and can tour the exhibits with visual and audio aides.

The Inn At East Hill Farm - 150 acre resort where you and your children can pet the barnyard animals, hunt for chicken eggs, milk a cow or goat, go for a hay or sleigh ride, horseback ride or pony ride, swim, learn to water-ski, fish in the pond, lake, or nearby brooks...cross country ski (rentals available), ice skate, sled, or participate in daily organized children's recreation program.

The Colonial Theatre - Hosts an array of live events including various musicians, choirs, comedians, ballet, and more.

Redfern Arts Center on Brickyard Pond - Committed to bringing to the Keene State College campus and the region professional artists of the highest quality and from the broadest possible range of races, cultures, experiences, and backgrounds through presenting performances, workshops, and educational outreach activities that foster a love and appreciation of the performing arts.

Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery - A cornerstone for the visual arts in the Monadnock Region. The collection includes Alexander James, Richard Meryman, Joseph Lindon Smith, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jules Olitski, and Fritz Scholder. Exhibits include regional, national and international.

Horatio Colony House Museum - The Stately Federal style house, located on Main Street in Keene, was the home of Horatio Colony, descendant of one of Keene's historic families. This old-time New England home is filled with original family furnishings and fabulous collections which offer a gracious view of a vanishing lifestyle of culture, refinement and travel.

Cathedral of the Pines - A national memorial to patriotic sacrifice, a physical declaration that we will not forget those men and women who have served our country. Cathedral of the Pines is a place of spiritual nourishment for people of all faiths.

Monadnock Cycling Club - There are numerous paved roads, unpaved roads, logging roads and trails to leisurely discover the solitary, unspoiled beauty of the quiet corner of New Hampshire

Friendly Farm - Wander among and feed all sorts of friendly farm animals and their young in a natural, relaxed setting.