Know Before You Go

As New Hampshire continues to flex open businesses and recreation, it’s important to recognize that we’re all responsible for keeping each other safe and healthy.

Have a Plan

Think about where you want to go before you leave home and familiarize yourself with what to expect when you get there. Review the website of the places you wish to visit to learn about restrictions and special instructions for visiting in advance of arrival. The guidelines provided today might be different tomorrow. Businesses and Attractions are following state-issued guidelines from Covidguidance.NH.gov.

Click here to see what is open for member attractions. (NOTE: this could change for different properties or organizations.)

Postpone If You Are Not Feeling Well

If you or anyone you are traveling with is feeling ill and/or has any of the COVID-19 symptoms, please reschedule your visit. We look forward to seeing each of you when you’re feeling better.

Be Prepared with Personal Protective Materials

Bring hand sanitizer and cloth face coverings or masks. Some businesses will have these materials available for guests as part of being open for business, but it’s a good idea to have your own as well.



When Visiting

Be Acceptant

Expect things to be different. Attractions and Businesses are adapting to the new “norms” posed by COVID-19, and we encourage you to embrace the changes designed to protect the health of everyone.

Be Considerate

Front line employees at attractions, restaurants, lodging and camping properties, retail shops, and others business are there to assist you in having a great experience. For their safety and yours, please respect business requests for you to wear masks and remember proper social distancing.

Be Respectful of Others’ Space

Different people have different levels of concern for the coronavirus, and therefore may be more – or less – worried about close contact with others. Please be thoughtful about this in our communities and businesses and stay 6 feet (2 meters) from others and wear a mask when in public areas.