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Shopping in New Hampshire

Tax-free NH Shopping Malls – Tax Free Outlet Shopping Centers

Tax Free Shopping in New HampshireShop Tax Free! Thousands people visit New Hampshire every day to go tax-free shopping. New Hampshire offers a tremendous selection of quality stores but the primary reason that brings shoppers to this Northern New England state is the absence of a sales tax. New Hampshire is the only New England state that does not impose a sales tax. NH also has a wide range of stores, malls, and factory outlets in nearly every area. So what are you waiting for? Visit New Hampshire for Tax-Free Shopping. Please share your NH Shopping and Store reviews and comments. To feature your NH business online, contact us. NH Living thanks you for shopping local.

New Hampshire Shopping

North Conway Residence Inn Marriott Hotel
Residence Inn by Marriott, 1803 White Mtn. Highway, North Conway, NH 03560
Residence Inn by Marriott is North Conway's Newest Hotel. Located within walking distance from tax-free shopping at Settler's Green Factory Outlet Village, only minutes from a beautiful Main Street view of majestic Mt. Washington. Offering complimentary Hot/Cold Buffet Breakfast, indoor swimming pool, fitness center, WiFi and guest laundry. Perfect for a family getaway or a relaxing romantic weekend.
www.northconwayresidenceinn.com


Cranmore Inn Mount Cranmore Vacations
Cranmore Inn, 80 Kearsarge Street, North Conway, NH 03860
Cranmore, located just off Main Street, North Conway, is steps away from cross-country or downhill skiing at Cranmore Mountain, snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and canoeing. Walk to the Conway Scenic Railroad, local shops or restaurants, minutes to the Outlet Stores. And when your busy day is done we will tend to yhour comfort with friendly smiles, warm New England hospitality, and our popular afernoon tea service with homemade treats.
www.cranmoreinn.com

Tax Free Shopping in New HampshireNorth Conway NH Outlet Malls

White Mountain Valley NH Shopping

The town of North Conway is a shoppers paradise with dozens of shopping malls and outlet stores. features; Settlers’ Green Outlet Village, Banana Republic, Nike, J. Crew, The Children’s Place, Adidas, Woolrich, Journeys, Stonewall Kitchen, Lindt Chocolate, Aeropostale, Lane Bryant, Maidenform and others. This shopping center also offers a children’s playground, fun family dining choices and seasonal events in a courtyard setting.

Seacoast NH Shopping

The New Hampshire seacoast offers destination shopping in Downtown Portsmouth, The Newington Mall, The Fox Run Mall, and in small shops and stores in Exeter, and along U.S. Route 1. 


Merrimack Premium Outletspremium outlet mall nh

Located in Merrimack, the Merrimack Premium Outlets has become a shopping mecca. This large outlet mall features nearly 100 stores: Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Bloomingdale’s Outlet Store, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, DKNY, Elie Tahari, J.Crew, Lucky Brand, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Talbots, Tommy Hilfiger and more.

Nashua is a shoppers dream come true – with hundreds of stores and outlets along Route 3. The Pheasant Lane Mall is also located here featuring over 130 stores, including, Sears, JCPenney, Target, Macy’s and more. 


Manchester / Concord Shopping

The Mall of New Hampshire was one of the first major malls built in the state. Today, the Mall of New Hampshire has grown to include more than 120 specialty stores and majMall of New Hampshire Merry Go Roundor department stores like; Filene’s, JCPenney, Sears, Best Buy, and Kitchen, Etc. The Mall of New Hampshire. also offers 5 full-service restaurants, and a fully functional merry-go-round that’s a delight for children of all ages.

In Concord Steeplegate Mall the on the Loudon Road has more than 75 department stores and specialty shops including Old Navy, The Bon-Ton, Circuit City, JCPenney, Talbots, Charlotte Russe and Sears.

The Rockingham Mall in Salem is another great shopping center, with over 140 stores to choose from, including, JCPenney, Macy’s, Sears, The Children’s Place, The Disney Store, and more. 


Monadnock Region Shopping

Downtown Peterborough offers unique stores and shops but Keene is the regions primary shopping destination. Downtown Keene has dozens of retailers; included are music stores, travel agencies, clothing stores, restaurants, and gift stores.Colony Mill Marketplace Keene

The Colony Mill Marketplace in Keene attracts visitors to shop and dine in this 150 year old restored mill. Antique lovers will enjoy the upper level Antique Center at Colony Mill where more than 120 antique dealers display their goods.


Dartmouth / Sunapee Region Shopping

Downtown Hanover, West Lebanon and Lebanon offer some very interesting shops, antique stores, retailers and restaurants. The busy area near Dartmouth College area has several nice restaurants, a wonderful book store and several upscale clothing stores. The Powerhouse Mall, on Route 12A in West Lebanon is another N.H. shopping destination, it features dozens of specialty shops, restaurants and more. 


Lakes Region NH Shopping

The New Hampshire Lakes Region is not only scenic and beautiful it’s also a great region to shop. The Tanger Outlet Center (Exit 20, I-93) features many well-known retailers like; J. Crew, Eddie Bauer, BJ’s, and many more. For more Tilton shopping info click here.


For more information read Shopping Safe Online. or Shopping Tips.

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