The capitol of New Hampshire brings you a splash of history. As New Hampshire has the first primary in the country it is a hotspot for politicians to campain. There are many things that attract people to Concord like the Capitol Center for the Arts, Christa McAuliffe Planetarium, Concord State House, The Granite State Symphony Orchestra and several museums.
Concord (pronounced Con-Kerd, not Con-Cord) has a small city feel to it with a lot of interesting landscaping in Main Street and tons of unique places to pop in and visit. It's a great place to stop if you're on a long trip as you can hop right off I-93 and be in the center of town, grab a bite to eat, hopefully see some of sites and get right back on your way.
The largest city in Northern New England (Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire) is home to the only Main Street in America with two dead ends. Near the top of the BosWash it is home to many people w…