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Located in central New Hampshire in Merrimack County lies the pristine town of Salisbury, New Hampshire. Established in 1768, the town has grown to over 1,000 full-time residents. In addition, Salisbury’s location makes it quite easy to hop in your car and explore what the state has to offer.
In this article, I have highlighted 3 cities that are within a day’s drive from Salisbury.

Hanover, NH
One hour north of Salisbury, NH lies the city of Hanover, New Hampshire. Apart from being the home of the Ivy League university Dartmouth College, the area has many activities to see and do in the area.
Across the river in nearby Norwich, Vermont is the Montshire Museum of Science. An interesting fact about the site is that over 100 thousand people visit the gallery annually. The museum is also home to some amazing exhibits. Some of the exhibits located at the repository are Aquarium Area and Montshire Outside. Also, the museum area is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you are interested in science or are looking for an activity that is education-oriented, this is one place that you for sure do not want to forget to explore!
If you are more of an outdoorsy person, there are activities for you in Hanover too! One of those nature-oriented places is the Hanover Conservancy. The organization’s mission is to preserve all natural lands of the area. A couple of activities to do at the site are fishing at the Mink Brook Nature Preserve and hiking along the Mayor-Niles forest.

Merrimack, NH
This is one city that you do not want to miss if you decide to take a road trip to southern New Hampshire. One hour south of Salisbury is the town of Merrimack, New Hampshire. One interesting fact about the town is that it is actually split into four villages. The areas are Merrimack Village, Thortons Ferry, Reeds Ferry, and Southern Merrimack. In addition to Hanover, Merrimack also has activities that allow people to experience what the town offers.
One of the various sites in the town is the Merrimack Outdoors . At this local landmark, you will be able to explore different trails based on your respected interests. If you are interested in horseback riding, then be sure to check out Horse Hill.
If you are looking to get a taste of the local Merrimack flavor, then come bring your love of beer to the Able Ebenezer Brewing Company. One interesting fact about this brewery is that it derives its name from the American patriot Ebenezer Mudgett who is the inspiration for the state’s motto of “Live Free and Die Hard”. Talk about loyalty right there! A few of the beers available are American Red Ale and Apricot Amber Ale.

Exeter, NH
Known as the home of the elite prep school Philips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire is a quick one hour east of Salisbury. Similar to the towns of Hanover and Merrimack, Exeter has a plentiful amount of attractions that will never bore you.
One of the many aspects that Exeter is known for is its role during the American Revolution. Therefore, you must come and explore the American Independence Museum. The mission of the local landmark is to both tell the history of American Independence and to create dialogues on complex national issues. A few of the artifacts that are housed at the gallery include the first drafts of the Declaration of Independence and the United States’s Constitution.
If you are more inclined to learn about the history of the town, come and explore the Exeter Historical Society. Some of the resources that are available at the museum are Immigration Stories and a Walking Tour of Exeter.

Given its central location in New Hampshire, it is fairly easy to visit other towns, such as Hanover, Merrimack, and Exeter. Each town has their own charm, which are reflected in each of their respective site . Enjoy our beautiful state. You may want to move here.