Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce
2 Union Street
PO Box 105
Littleton, NH 03561
PHONE: (603) 444-6561
FAX: (603) 444-2427
Incorporated in 1784, Littleton soon became a commercial and cultural center for New Hampshire's North Country. Perched on the banks of the Ammonoosuc and Connecticut rivers, Littleton developed first as a mill town, manufacturing a vast array of goods. Today, with a population around 6,000, it continues to serve as the North Country's economic core, offering a bustling Main Street, an active commercial center just west of downtown, and a busy Industrial Park.
The town's location in the scenic White Mountains and its mix of small-town charm and modern convenience has earned Littleton numerous accolades, including the first New Hampshire Profile Community Award for conveying the state's spirit of independence and being named a "Top Ten Dream Town" by Outside magazine.
Littleton Walking Tour [731 KB pdf]
Main Street owes its appeal to topology, economics and civic pride. On a ridge north of the Ammonoosuc River, 60 feet above the riverfront mills, Main Street's commercial district arose along an 1820 coach road.
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