Mount Washington, Franconia Notch State Park, and the pristine Echo Lake are in our backyard. But, campus is also easily accessible to the culture of not one, but two quintessential New England towns.
The White Mountain School’s campus is rooted in a beautiful natural setting with access to some of the country’s most inspiring natural attractions. But we are equally fortunate to be located so close to “town life.”
Bethlehem is a beautiful village with cafes, antique shops, and the Colonial Theatre, and Littleton is a bustling North Country town with a thriving main street recently named by Fodor’s and The Huffington Post as one of America’s best main streets.
White Mountain School students regularly head into Littleton on weekly “town trips” for sushi or pizza, movies, or a little boutique shopping. There is a guitar shop, a day spa, a designer clothing store, the village bookstore, and the Lahouts outdoor apparel shop. Our students cook and serve meals at the “Dinner Bell” at the Episcopal Church. They take jewelry and metal-smithing classes at the Littleton Studio School, and they make pilgrimages to Chutter’s, home of the Guinness Book of World Records longest candy counter. This is a great town, and it is less than three miles from campus!
Click here to read a recent article on Littleton in The Boston Globe.
Click here to read Fodor’s and The Huffington Post’s article on America’s best main streets.