I think you might rephrase your question about "Anything good to see in Central NH." You are not endearing yourself to our locals....of course there are lots of things to see and do in every corner of our state.....
and the states that surround us, I might ad. Other states aren't "The Enemy" just because they do things differently then here....they are just different.
We would like your visit to be one that you and your family will enjoy and later want to come back to explore other parts of our world. The seacoast is always beautiful, as are the towns on and around it. The scenery including old farms, buildings and views are breathtaking almost everywhere. The foliage is peaking as you arrive. If flying in, it is a sea of reds, browns and tints along with the greenery of Hemlock, Spruce and Pine trees. Our traffic isn't as quiet as you might think. There is a great deal of activity 24/7. You shouldn't miss a trip to The Lake Winnipesaukee area, http://www.winnipesaukee.com
, perhaps enjoy a ride around the lake to take in the scenery. You will be in the Manchester, Concord, and Laconia Area, by definition, so everywhere there is something to feast your eyes on....and taste buds.
It's apple season, so don't miss the orchards for fresh pressed cider, and crisp freshly picked apples and pears.
You just missed a classic NH Fair at the Deerfield fair Grounds in Deerfield, NH. 300,000 visit there each year in 4 days, First weekend of October. If you want an Ohio State sized Fair, then you better head west. We like to think life is relaxing here, but across the border to the south, it sure seems they challenge NY to get the pace up to an unhealthy 240 bpm. Lotta drama down they, fasten the 5 point harness, and drive 'like you stole it'!!!!!!!!
Be careful of the potholes, however, they can swallow a sub compact car.
If you are visiting driving "The Land Yacht" aka Escalade/H2/Armada/Expedition/Lincoln Whatever,Sequoia......... you will find fuel prices very reasonable as you buzz around.
By the way, NH State Police are nice folks, but when it says 55mph in a work-zone, try 54 mph. They have no sense of humor when lives are endangered.
Currently you can talk on your cell phone while driving, and if you use a GPS, the zones that allow "Meadow Muffin Munchin" are coded in green with a brown dot in the center.
Also, Cow Tippin' forks are available at local hardware stores, not the big box boys. Just go to the "Agricultural Games" isle. You will see a poster with a 'flatlander' covered in brown 'make-up' that cows produce in the wild.
Looking forward to your visit......bring some warm clothes, only one match per anthracite household, savin' it till after the 31 st of October. Nuff said.....gomer
News Flash: "tippin" practice has been called off until Tues at 3 pm due to 'softening' that the raw materials have succumbed to in this inclement weather. Sorry for the inconvenience.