From food to fine art, the Local Works Marketplace at WREN in Bethlehem showcases the products of over 200 artisan members. Unique, locally produced gifts include jewelry, pottery, specialty foods, bath & body products, candles, textiles, baskets, photography, homedecor and fine art.
Located in picturesque Sugar Hill, Harman's Country's Store is definitely worth a visit. They sell more than 11 tons of the "World's Greatest Cheddar" each year as well as lots of other wonderful New Hampshire made products such as jams, jellies and mustards as well as gifts and souvenirs.
League of NH Craftsmen
Located on Main Street in Littleton, this fabulous gallery opened in 2004 to showcase some of New Hampshire’s finest craftsmen, working in jewelry, clay, glass, fibers, wood, metal, photography, baskets, printmaking and mixed media.
This Littleton landmark was the start of Littleton's commerce dating back to 1797. It has been restored to a true working gristmill using 24 inch stones to grind grain into fabulous waffle and pancake mixes as well as incredible flours for all of your baking needs. Along with the store, the building also houses a museum which showcases the progression of grist mill technology over the centuries.
Discover the sweet life! Home of the World's Longest Candy Counter, a visit to Chutters is a trip to Candyland, where the air is delicious with the mouth-watering scents of candy and fresh-made fudge. Chutters has something for candy lovers young and old in a lively, fun-filled atmosphere.
The longest counter of its kind anywhere, Chutters candy counter runs the entire length of the store. An impressive 112 feet of gleaming glass jars filled with brightly colored candy, ranging from yesterday's favorites and hard-to-find flavors, to the best of today's most sought-after treats.