The Budweiser Clydesdales are the beverage industry's most recognizable mascots, and you can meet these famous horses by visiting the Anheuser-Busch Brewery right here in Merrimack, New Hampshire.
These high stepping horses make hundreds of public appearances every year, in addition to appearing in television commercials and other Budweiser Beer advertising.
The hitch of Clydesdales here in New Hampshire are just one of several owned by Budweiser, which offers free tours of it's brewery located at 221 Daniel Webster Highway, just off Route 3 at Exit 10.
Visitors are welcome to visit the Clydesdales at their picturesque stables on the property. You can usually find 8-10 Clydesdales at their stables which are open to the public free of charge all year around.
A drive up the coast of New Hampshire and Maine on the first snow (December 6, 2009). Portsmouth, New Hampshire, York Maine (Nubble Light House), Kennebunkport, Maine and Portland, Maine. And Santa, of course.
http://www.BeaconHillBusinessAssociation.org - Enjoy the timeless appeal of Beacon Hill as we kick off the holiday season! Victorian carolers, a strolling brass quintet, horse & buggy rides and refreshments - and of course great shopping in our local shops and good eats in fabulous restaurants.
http://BerkshireScenicRailroad.org - Experience a side of the Berkshires that you won't see from your car. Our 90 minute, 20 mile roundtrip excursion between the picturesque towns of Lenox and Stockbridge is an entertaining and educational experience for the whole family. During your excursion in our restored 1920's passenger cars hauled by vintage diesel-electric locomotives, you'll learn about the region's rich industrial origins and discover the natural scenic beauty found along the Housatonic River. Our trains depart from the restored 1903 Lenox Station. At Lenox, find exhibits about railroading including Yokun Block Station, featuring working vintage railroad equipment and visit our museum store. Check out our special events for year-round family fun! All aboard! Web video by http://www.BostonWeb.TV