NH Highland Games & Festival - Lincoln, NH
09/15/2017 to 09/17/2017


-220Days -14Hours -18Minutes -31Seconds

The largest Scottish cultural festival in the Northeast. Starts on the third Friday of September.



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It would be a dream to throw at Loon.

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Dulzer GamingCool post really great more on please

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New Hampshire Highland Games shared Condé Nast Traveler's Road Tripping the Scottish Highlands.

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The best way to see Scotland? Road trip it.

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Spent one month driving, 6,000 miles, all over Scotland. Loved every second of it.

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Skye last year....Shetlands this year!

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My dream vacation. I'll get there if I have to swim. LOL

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Michael McDonald

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Love all I have seen. Going back!

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On this day in 1838, John Muir, the Scottish-born American naturalist, was born. Muir was responsible for the creation of Yosemite and Sequoia national parks in California. The 550-acre Muir Woods National Monument is named after him. In honour of John Muir and all the environmental work he did in the US, J Howard Standing and Thomas Ferguson designed the California tartan. It is based on the Muir tartan with an added blue line. It was then adopted as the official California State tartan by the State Legislature on July 23rd 2001 by California Governor Gray Davis.

Beautiful tartan

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Tom S.'s Review Tom S.
5 Stars

A must see, a very unique festival. Parking is offsite but the shuttle buses were operating smoothly, it took about 1/2 hour from our parking spot at Hobo...

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Keith C.'s Review Keith C.
4 Stars

So much fun!

Between the games themselves, the sheep herding, bagpiping, and everything else, it was a very good time.

Reason for knocking off a star is...

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Fin H.'s Review Fin H.
5 Stars

Men in kilts tossing cabers, women in kilts throwing hammers, what's not to love?

Without a doubt the best highland games I've been to with marching bands,...

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