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Day trip: Exeter

  • PEA students enjoy a snowy day in front of the Phelps Academy Center.

    PEA students enjoy a snowy day in front of the Phelps Academy Center.

  • A New England Winter – Blue sky and an Academy lawn blanketed in white emerge after a nor’easter blew through Exeter in January 2011

    A New England Winter – Blue sky and an Academy lawn blanketed in white emerge after a nor’easter blew through Exeter in January 2011

  • If Exeter inspires you to stay overnight, try one of the themed rooms at the Inn by the Bandstand (4 Front St., 772-6352, innbythebandstand.com).

    If Exeter inspires you to stay overnight, try one of the themed rooms at the Inn by the Bandstand (4 Front St., 772-6352, innbythebandstand.com).

  • A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words is a place you can find more than a few of your favorite things. This shop has a wonderful collection regional art, rare and unusual books and maps, antique printsÑand they even do framing.

    A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words is a place you can find more than a few of your favorite things. This shop has a wonderful collection regional art, rare and unusual books and maps, antique printsÑand they even do framing.

  • Outdoor eating will have to wait for spring, but all winter long youÕll find incredible soups, sandwiches and desserts at The Green Bean. Check out their gluten-free offerings and daily specials.

    Outdoor eating will have to wait for spring, but all winter long youÕll find incredible soups, sandwiches and desserts at The Green Bean. Check out their gluten-free offerings and daily specials.

  • Cornucopia Wine and Cheese Market is a happy place any timeÑthe collection of wine, artisanal cheeses, local beers and nifty gifts just sings! But try the Friday 4-7 wine tasting (yes, all winter long!) to top off a fun day in Exeter. You wonÕt leave empty-handed.

    Cornucopia Wine and Cheese Market is a happy place any timeÑthe collection of wine, artisanal cheeses, local beers and nifty gifts just sings! But try the Friday 4-7 wine tasting (yes, all winter long!) to top off a fun day in Exeter. You wonÕt leave empty-handed.

  • Cornucopia Wine and Cheese Market is a happy place any timeÑthe collection of wine, artisanal cheeses, local beers and nifty gifts just sings! But try the Friday 4-7 wine tasting (yes, all winter long!) to top off a fun day in Exeter. You wonÕt leave empty-handed.

    Cornucopia Wine and Cheese Market is a happy place any timeÑthe collection of wine, artisanal cheeses, local beers and nifty gifts just sings! But try the Friday 4-7 wine tasting (yes, all winter long!) to top off a fun day in Exeter. You wonÕt leave empty-handed.

  • PEA students enjoy a snowy day in front of the Phelps Academy Center.
  • A New England Winter – Blue sky and an Academy lawn blanketed in white emerge after a nor’easter blew through Exeter in January 2011
  • If Exeter inspires you to stay overnight, try one of the themed rooms at the Inn by the Bandstand (4 Front St., 772-6352, innbythebandstand.com).
  • A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words is a place you can find more than a few of your favorite things. This shop has a wonderful collection regional art, rare and unusual books and maps, antique printsÑand they even do framing.
  • Outdoor eating will have to wait for spring, but all winter long youÕll find incredible soups, sandwiches and desserts at The Green Bean. Check out their gluten-free offerings and daily specials.
  • Cornucopia Wine and Cheese Market is a happy place any timeÑthe collection of wine, artisanal cheeses, local beers and nifty gifts just sings! But try the Friday 4-7 wine tasting (yes, all winter long!) to top off a fun day in Exeter. You wonÕt leave empty-handed.
  • Cornucopia Wine and Cheese Market is a happy place any timeÑthe collection of wine, artisanal cheeses, local beers and nifty gifts just sings! But try the Friday 4-7 wine tasting (yes, all winter long!) to top off a fun day in Exeter. You wonÕt leave empty-handed.

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