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Considered the gateway to the northern White Mountains and the Great North Woods Region, Littleton is absolutely charming. Having one of the last classic Main Streets in New England, lined with larger than life murals depicting Littleton’s history, a bronze statue of Pollyanna will welcome you. As the ambassador of cheer and community spirit, she honors their hometown author Eleanor Porter. Historic buildings, a pedestrian covered bridge over the Ammonoosuc River (get your camera ready!), an intriguing Riverwalk which leads you in with two gateways of floating umbrellas, colorful pianos placed throughout downtown for people to play. . . the list goes on and on. Historic buildings like the Thayer Inn (1850), is the oldest continuous operating hotel in the White Mountains. The Littleton Grist Mill (1798) has been restored to its original appearance and you will want to experience the one hundred year old Littleton Opera House, beautiful in its own right, which holds events, performances and many other functions. Hiking, rock climbing, white river rafting, fishing, as well as winter adventures, all are waiting for you in Littleton. Unique specialty shops, a wonderful variety of restaurants, and of course, wonderful lodging options to rest your head after a busy day (or two, or three) await your arrival in this breathtaking town.
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