Towns – Littleton

Littleton, New Hampshire 03561

Littleton, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information

Littleton NHWhite Mountains region community Littleton NHLittleton New Hampshire was part of Lisbon until 1770, when it was granted as Apthorp in honor of George Apthorp, head of one of the wealthiest mercantile establishments in Boston. The land was later passed to the Apthorp family’s associates from Newburyport, Massachusetts, headed by Colonel Moses Little. Colonel Little held the post of Surveyor of the King’s Woods, and the town was named Littleton in his honor the same year New Hampshire became a state.

Today Littleton is a growing economic center and bustling town with a thriving downtown. Littleton offers hotels, inns, and a nice selection of local restaurants.

Thayers Inn Littleton White Mountains NH
Thayer's Inn, 111 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561 | 800-634-8179 
Established in 1843 as a railroad hotel Thayers Inn is one of the most "Pedestrian Friendly" Inns still in existence. Located in the heart of downtown Littleton. 40 Rooms and Suites. Free Wireless Internet, In-Room Movies/Cable TV, Air Conditioning
Pet friendly with restrictions.
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Chang Thai Cafe
Chang Thai Cafe, 77 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03253 | 603-444-8810
Chang Thai Cafe blends the best of traditional Thai cuisine with a dash of contemporary flair. In the Thai language, Chang means elephant — a very meaningful symbol in Thailand for long-lasting friendship, good fortune and happiness. At Chang Thai, we strive to represent the virtues of the elephant — friendliness and good fortune — in our restaurant and in each dish you are served.
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The Littleton Hampton Inn, historic Thayer’s Inn, the Mount Eustis Inn and the Beal House Inn and Restaurant are located here. The town has more than twenty historic sites, including the Littleton Grist Mill and Historic Littleton Opera House. Littleton is vibrant and growing community. The town is a regional shopping mecca. Home Depot, Lowes, Applebees, 99 Restaurant, Walmart, and other high profile chains have recently opened stores in Littleton.

Littleton is home to the Littleton Stamp and Coin Company – one of the oldest catalog coin companies in the world. Other notable local businesses include; McClure’s Maple – a well-known maple syrup and maple candy manufacturer. Downtown Littleton features a wide variety of interesting shops including Northern Lights Music, several restaurants, boutiques, gift shops and clothing stores and the Jax Movie Theatre. Littleton was the first New Hampshire town to be awarded the NH Profile Community Award for preserving, protecting or promoting NH’s spirit of independence. The town continues to have a reputation as a great place to live, work, and do business.

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Incorporated: 1784
County: Grafton
Littleton, NH Population:
2010: 5,928

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 44.1822
Longitude: -71.4612

Littleton, NH Local Information
Littleton Police Dispatch: 911

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