More than 34.2 million travelers visit the Granite State every year, generating approximately $4.42 billion in spending. Tourism has long been New Hampshire's second largest industry, employing 68,355 and generating $150 million in Rooms and Meals Tax revenue annually.
The New Hampshire Travel Council was formed in 1974 to help protect the interests of the visitor industry in New Hampshire. In addition to advocacy, the Travel Council focuses on communication and education. Each year the Travel Council produces the Governor's Conference on Tourism, designed to bring New Hampshire's tourism industry together to share best practices. hear new ideas and reconnect with colleagues. Throughout the year members enjoy mixers at various locations around the state. The Travel Council publishes a quarterly e-newsletter and, during the legislative session, issues updates to members about legislation that may impact the state's visitor industry.
We invite you to join us as we work together to safeguard the future of New Hampshire's tourism industry.
Maple sugaring photo: NHDTTD/Dorothy Bailey
2015 conference artwork: Beyond the Fence II by Alice Drakiotes