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Manchester NH is 51 miles (87 km) W of Portsmouth NH, 53 miles (85 km) NW of Boston MA, and 19 miles (31 km) S of Concord NH.




I-93, the main route between Boston and northern New Hampshire, passes east of the center of Manchester (map).

I-293 passes west of the center, and gives the best view of the striking line of great 19th-century brick mills (textile factories) stretching for more than a mile along the bank of the Merrimack River.


Greyhound Lines buses serve several points in New Hampshire, including Manchester. Connections with other lines allow travel throughout New England and, via New York City and Montréal QC, with the rest of the continent. More...

Manchester Transit Authority operates the city buses. More...


Served by a growing number of regional and national carriers, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT), 55 miles (89 km) north of Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS), is the fastest-growing major airport in New England. More...

Cape Air flies from Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS) and from Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains NY, outside New York City, to Lebanon NH. More...


There is no scheduled passenger train service in New Hampshire, only short-run excursion trains in a few places. More...

Local Bus

The Manchester Transit Authority operates buses within the city and commuter buses to Nashua and Concord NH. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan

What to See & Do

About Manchester

Tourist Information

Concord NH

Lake Winnipesaukee

New Hampshire Transport

New Hampshire Highlights

About New Hampshire



Manchester, New Hampshire

A view of Manchester NH
from the Merrimack River.

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