Concord has been rated one of the safest and best places to live - not only in New Hampshire, but in the country.
The Capital Region Visitor Center, operated by the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce and supported by Granite State Ambassadors, provides local and statewide information to the ever-expanding number of visitors to our area.
The Visitor Center is open* year-round in the "Smile" building at 49 South Main Street, Concord. Our friendly staff is ready to provide tips on fun things to do and useful information about restaurants, places to stay and upcoming events. You'll also find racks of brochures featuring lots of Concord area and statewide attractions, museums, cultural destinations, outdoor activities, parks, walking trails, bike trails, ski areas and more, as well as a gift shop featuring beautiful and unique New Hampshire products and gifts. It's a great place to begin your visit!
Stop by for helpful tips, local publications and for the opportunity to see a real moose. We're proud to display the largest land mammal in New Hampshire right in our lobby. Adult moose stand at an impressive 6 to 7 feet at the shoulder (car headlights generally show a moose's legs only) and weigh in at over 1,000 pounds. This state icon is most often seen at dawn or dusk along the roads and in bodies of water. If you're fortunate enough to see one, do not approach a moose or expect it to stop for your car. Moose can run as fast as a galloping horse. Save the selfies and close-ups for the Chamber's Visitor Center!
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Happy Friday, everyone! Thought we’d share a little office humor and wish you all a great first weekend in February. Whether you’re hitting the slopes, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, routing for the Pats, or spending time with friends, family or coworkers, remember to be in the moment and enjoy it.
Larger groups of sightseers, school groups, clubs, organizations and families are welcome. We also enjoy meeting well-behaved, four-footed family members like Gizmo.
We're your resource for demographic and relocation information that includes schools, healthcare, leading employers and industries, business resources, property tax rates, population, average household incomes, and other important information about the communities we serve. Order our Relocation Guide online now or contact us to pick one up in the Visitor Center.
Drop in or contact us for more information:
Visitor Center at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
49 South Main Street, Suite 104, Concord, NH 03301
Open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(603) 224-2508 or email@example.com
In response to COVID-19, the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce is practicing all recommended health and safety practices within The Capital Region Visitor Center and Greater Concord Chamber office. Both are open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please note that there is a mask ordinance in place by the City of Concord that you can learn more about here.
On our website, you'll find helpful resources like the chamber and community events calendar, a searchable membership directory, an online gift store, relocation information, maps and more. Looking for lodging, shopping, cultural and live entertainment and restaurant recommendations or fun things to do in the Concord area? The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce website is full of helpful information and a great place to begin planning your visit to New Hampshire!
You'll also want to check out our award-winning blog site www.VisitConcord-NH.com for information about public art and interesting fun facts on Concord history, cool finds and places you will want to include in your visit to the Capital region and beyond, like the Lakes region and White Mountains.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 224-2508 if you need assistance or to make an appointment.