Thayers Inn: Area Information
Littleton, New Hampshire
"9th Best Small Town in America," -Norman Crampton,
The 100 Best Small Towns In America.
"The friendliest little place I had ever seen,"- Bill Bryson, Lost Continent.
A true New England town. Unspoiled.
Located in the Northwestern part of New Hampshire in the area known as The White Mountains. 2-1/2 - 3 hours North of Boston. 2-1/2 - 3 hours South of Montreal. A wonderful community based on a diverse mix of tourism and small industry, populated by some of the nicest people you could ever meet.
32 Main Street. Showing first run movies year round. Featuring Dolby Digital and DTS sound. Show Times: Friday & Saturday: Two Shows 7 & 9:15
Sunday Thru Thursday: One show 7:00 Call to verify show times and program 444-5907
18 Mill Street, directly adjacent to the Thayers Parking lot. Established in 1798, The Littleton Grist Mill offers free tours of the operating mill. Stone ground flour products, New England gift baskets and products available in our gift shop or call.
Main Street across from Thayers. A Welcome Wave. Arms flung wide. Pollyanna of Littleton, New Hampshire's most welcoming attraction-invites you into the center of it all. Step into Historic Downtown Littleton and discover there's a cheerful attitude that comes with an appreciation for history. Littleton's jubilant bronze sculpture tributes hometown author, Eleanor H. Porter (1868 - 1920) best remembered as the creator of the world's most optimistic character, Pollyanna, 1913. Eleanor Hodgman Porter's early residence was in Littleton, and not so far from the Library front lawn... where fittingly Pollyanna, Littleton's sculpture presides in an artistic and symbolic place "welcoming residents and visitors."
42 Main Street. Chutters is listed in the Guiness Book of World Records For the World's Longest Candy Counter. Chutters has been featured in the Food Network's "Unwrapped" , New York Times and Saveur "Best Eating & Food Establishments".
92 Main Street across from Thayers. An Andrew Carnegie Library established in 1906.
It houses the Kilburn collection of White Mountain art and the world's second largest collection of Kilburn stereoscopic views.
Home of Pollyanna.
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