Tucked away on the north-eastern border of New Hampshire in Merrimack County, Warner offers visitors a variety of interesting attractions. Outdoor enthusiasts can take on the extensive hiking trails of Mount Kearsage, Mink Hills and the Chandler Reservation while history lovers have many historic buildings to explore in the Waterloo Historic District. There are two covered bridges close to town and museums include the Mt. Kearsage Indian Museum, the New Hampshire Telephone Museum, Warner Firefighter’s Museum and the Warner Historical Society Museum. Main Street is home to a good variety of shops and restaurants. The highlight of the year is the Warner Fall Foliage Festival. Hours/availability may have changed.

1.Mount Kearsage

Mount Kearsage
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Mount Kearsage is located within the Kearsage Mountain State Forest, where it offers visitors a beautiful outdoor recreational area. At the northern and southern base of the mountain you will find Winslow State Park and Rollins State Park, both of which offer excellent hiking and nature observation. Winslow State Park has an elevated picnic area from which you can set off on a 1 mile hike to the summit of the mountain. If you choose to explore the mountain from Rollins State Park you have the option of using the auto-road which will take you to within half a mile of the summit. On a clear day visitors can see the Boston skyscrapers, 80 miles in the distance.

Mount Kearsage, Merrimack County, New Hampshire

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2.Mount Kearsage Indian Museum

Mount Kearsage Indian Museum
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The Mount Kearsage Indian Museum strives to preserve Native American history and culture through the ages. The pivotal concept of the museum is to showcase the Native Indian respect for the earth and for all living creatures. To this end the museum has exhibits which display thousands of artifacts and information about the everyday lives of historic and contemporary Native American communities all over the U.S. In the Medicine Woods you can learn about how natural elements were used for medicine, food, tools and shelter. Visitors are welcome to take a self-guided tour of the museum and the Medicine Woods and Arboretum.

Mount Kearsage Indian Museum, 18 Highlawn Rd, Warner, NH 03278, Phone: 603-456-2608

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3.Waterloo Covered Bridge, Warner, New Hampshire

Waterloo Covered Bridge, Warner, New Hampshire
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Located in western Warner, the Waterloo Covered Bridge is one of just a handful of historic covered bridges to have withstood the tests of time. The single-span bridge crosses the Warner River across a length of 84 feet. The bridge was built more than 160 years ago in 1859, when the necessity arose to provide adequate transport over the river for several businesses which were reliant on the water power of the Waterloo Falls. Over the decades the bridge has been rebuilt or renovated several times, most recently in 1987. Of special note are the Lattice Truss construction method and the cut-outs which allowed for plenty of light to enter the bridge.

Waterloo Covered Bridge, 68 Newmarket Road, Warner, NH 03278

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4.Dalton Covered Bridge, Warner, NH

Dalton Covered Bridge, Warner, NH
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The Dalton Covered Bridge was built in 1853, pre-dating the Waterloo Bridge, and it is slightly shorter at 76 foot long. The bridge was extremely innovative for its time, using a new patented truss system composed of King Trusses supported by Queen Trusses, which can support longer openings. The sides of the covered bridge are made of vertical boarding and each side has four windows to allow light to enter the interior. The roof of the bridge is made from corrugated metal and was intended to preserve the wood from weathering by rain and snow. There is parking available at both ends of the bridge for visitors to stop and explore. The bridge is particularly beautiful when surrounded by fall foliage.

Dalton Covered Bridge, 78 E. Main Street, Warner, NH 03278

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5.Main Street Book Ends, Warner, New Hampshire

Main Street Book Ends, Warner, New Hampshire
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Main Street Book Ends is a family-owned independent community book store which has been catering to the reading needs of Warner locals and visitors since 1998. The book store is housed in an historic 200 year-old homestead which was built in 1795, with an attached barn which now serves as The Gallery, showcasing the talents of local artists. The store specializes in books by local and regional authors, organic gardening and alternative technology book, children’s books and educational toys and much more. The gallery offers art classes and many more community services and is a must-visit attraction for all visitors to Warner.

Main Street Book Ends, 16 E. Main Street, Warner, NH 03278, Phone: 603-456-2700

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6.Yankee Farmer’s Market, Warner, New Hampshire

Yankee Farmer’s Market, Warner, New Hampshire
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Yankee Farmer’s Market is the place to go to stock up on delicious natural meat and meat products. The farm aims to supply customers with real natural meat which has not been tampered with. Most people will be familiar with the mass meat production methods commonly used to improve some producer’s bottom line – animals are fed unnatural grains, routinely injected with antibiotics and growth stimulants and sometimes inhumanely treated. When you visit Yankee Farmer’s Market you can rest assured that all products, including their signature buffalo and bison meat is 100% naturally farmed and processed. The market stocks natural beef, buffalo, bison, pork, chickens, lamb, elk (in season) and turkey. Visitors are welcome to come and see how a truly natural farm operates.

Yankee Farmer’s Market, 360 Route 103 E., Warner, NH 03278, Phone: 603-456-2833

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