Located in south central New Hampshire along the Merrimack River, Manchester NH is the largest city in northern New England. Manchester is “close to everything” including some favorite activities. Close to the beach, lakes, mountains and Boston. Manchester has recently been ranked among the top cities by a number of different Magazines. The Manchester metro area was selected as one of America’s “Best Places to Live and Work”
QUICK NOTES ABOUT NEW HAMPSHIRE
Climate Average daily temperature in July 70.0 degrees F Average daily temperature in January 20.0 degrees F Average snowfall in January 18 inches Average precipitation in July 3.1 inches
State Facts On June 21, 1788 New Hampshire became the ninth of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution. NH holds the first in the nation presidential primary.
State Capital: Concord State Bird: Purple Finch State Flower: Purple Lilac State Tree: White Birch State Motto: “Live Free or Die” Nickname: The Granite State Highest Point: Mt. Washington at 6,288 feet
Transportation Highways The Merrimack Valley is strategically situated at the intersection of the state’s major north/south and east/west highway systems: Interstates 93 and 293, the F.E. Everett Turnpike, and Routes 3 and 101.
Bus, Taxi and Limousine Service The Manchester Transit Authority runs regularly scheduled bus service throughout the city. The city also has a number of reservation-based taxi and limousine services.
Airport Manchester and the outlying communities are served by Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, one of the fastest-growing airports in the nation. The airport also serves the region as New England’s third largest cargo airport.
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