Shop Tax Free! From quirky Main Street shops to barns renovated to display the finest artwork created by local artisans, shopping in New Hampshire’s Grand North is an adventure. Whether you are looking for a painting of a winter landscape at twilight, a photograph of a moose like the one you saw last night, top-quality outdoor gear, or something so unusual that you will know it’s the perfect gift for someone special, it is all here in a shop, just waiting to be discovered by you. And, like the rest of the Granite State, shopping in New Hampshire’s Grand North is tax-free!
Visitors from Canada can enjoy New Hampshire’s tax-free shopping and bring back varying amounts of goods, duty-free, depending on the length of stay and type of goods. Complete information can be found here.
Simon the Tanner
An old-fashioned shopping experience emphasizing brand name merchandise and exceptional customer service. The popular outfitter stocks clothing, shoes, outerwear and hiking and camping equipment for the entire family. Closed Saturdays.
Fuller’s syrup has been judged “Best in the World!” Visit the sugarhouse and country store to sample a variety of maple products, including syrup, maple cream and maple candy, and browse for New Hampshire-made products like pottery, artwork, jams, jellies and handmade kitchen items. Ships worldwide.
LL Cote Sports Center is a New England icon within the outdoor community with friendly tips and top products. Even if you aren’t a hunter or fisherman LL Cote is well worth a visit with a vast selection of high quality products for everyone.
Drummonds Mountain Shop
Full-service, year round ski shop selling and servicing all major brands of Alpine and Nordic skis. An excellent selection of ski apparel and accessories, hiking gear, clothing and footwear. Located just west of the entrance to the Bretton Woods Ski Area.
A presence on Littleton’s Main Street since the late 1800s, Chutters is a not-to-be-missed destination for visitors and local residents alike. First-time visitors will be enchanted by all the assortments and excited to fill their bags with many favorites.
League of New Hampshire Craftsmen
Fine handmade crafts highlighting the work of the many talented artisans who are juried members of the League of NH Craftsmen, one of the country’s oldest arts and craft organizations. The mix of accessible and affordable fine craft includes pottery, jewelry, prints, glass, fiber, wood, metal, baskets, and folk art.
Local Works Marketplace at WREN
Beautifully handcrafted items created by over 300 local artists. Jewelry, pottery, fine art, textiles, gourmet foods, local wines, soaps, toys, books and more. Two locations, Local Works in Bethlehem and the Local Works Gallery in the lobby of the Mt. Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods.
Currently, the shop carries over 60 New Hampshire artisans and an additional 250 New England artisans. Produced items by American and Canadian companies continue to grow. An alliance was formed with CRAG (Connecticut River Artisan Group), which has within its membership over 50 artisans from New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and Canada. A gallery space has been created to promote this organizations talents, which opened in the Spring of 2010.
Fiddlehead’s mission is to promote local, regional and national artisans and to be connected to the community through organizations that focus on the arts. Fiddleheads is a member of the Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire, New Hampshire Made and the American Made Alliance. Bette serves as VP on the board of the GNWCA (Great North Woods Committee For The Arts).
Greetings Jewelers is a family-owned and operated jewelry store located in Berlin near the White Mountains of NH. The store opened in 1985 and has evolved over the years.