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About Tilton's Campus:

Tilton School is located in central New Hampshire, at the entrance to the idyllic Lakes Region of the state. New Hampshire boasts the tallest mountains in the Northeast, National Scenic Byways, festivals and agricultural fairs, tax-free shopping, historic sites and state parks, lakes and beaches, and more than 50 covered bridges.

We are conveniently located off Interstate 93, and less than 20 minutes north of the state’s capital, Concord.  Tilton School is also located just 40 miles north of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. It is New England's most convenient airport, with a growing schedule of non-stop, direct service to destinations throughout the country, making any visit to Tilton fast and easy!. Boston, 96 miles southeast of Tilton, offers both cultural and historical landmarks and access to Logan International Airport.

Nearby Attractions:

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  • Tanger Outlets

    Miles from campus: 2

    The Tanger Outlets is a large shopping center including stores such as J. Crew, Banana Republic, Nike, and many more. Starbucks and UNO’s are located on the property for food and beverage options.
  • Gunstock Mountain Resort

    Miles from campus: 17

    Gunstock is an outdoor person’s paradise, with everything from mountain biking, in-line skating, mountain boarding, paddle-boating, kayaks and skiing.
  • Mount Washington Cruises

    Miles from campus: 18

    Experience historic Lake Winnipesaukee from the decks of the M/S Mount Washington, one of the most beautiful scenic cruises in New England. Daytime cruises depart from various ports including Weirs Beach, Wolfeboro, Alton Bay, Center Harbor, and Meredith. In the evening, the 230-foot ship becomes a floating restaurant/night club, offering buffet dinners and live music. Cruises run seasonally from late May to late October.
  • Capitol Center for the Arts

    Miles from campus: 19

    The Capitol Center for the Arts is an entertainment venue in Concord, NH, which features a 1,310 seat theater designed with an Egyptian motif. The theater is equipped to host major Broadway shows, and has played host to the Billy Joel musical Movin’ Out, pianist George Winston and humorist David Sedaris among others.
  • Franconia Notch State Park

    Miles from campus: 50

    In the heart of the White Mountain National Forest, Franconia Notch is a scenic mountain pass that runs by a unique parkway, which extends from the Flume Gorge at the south to Echo Lake at the north. For eight miles, I-93 winds between the high peaks of the Kinsman and Franconia mountain ranges. Several picturesque stops include The Basin, Cannon Mountain, Flume Gorge, New England Ski Museum, Old Man on the Mountain, and Profile Lake.

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