CEDC of NH is nestled right in the heart of New Hampshire’s historic capitol of Concord. Located directly off of exit 14 on Interstate 93, CEDC of NH is easily accessible from many major highways. Interstate 89 links Concord to Lebanon and the state of Vermont to the northwest, while Interstate 93 connects the city to Plymouth and the White Mountains to the north and the cities of Manchester, Salem and Nashua to the south. Interstate 393 and Route 4 connects Concord with the states beautiful Seacoast, while Interstate 95 and Route 101 make Concord accessible from the state of Maine.
Local public transportation is accessible through Concord Area Transit (CAT). CAT provides local bus transportation throughout the Concord area. For those traveling from a distance, the Concord Transportation Center, owned and operated by Concord Coach Lines, links the Granite State’s capital to Vermont, Maine, Boston as well as Berlin, Littleton and Hanover, NH and points in between. Served by Concord Trailways, Capital Area Transit, Peter Pan Trailways, Boston Express Bus and Vermont Transit, this intermodal facility offers efficient bus connections. The site also features a space park-and-ride facility.
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is located just 20 minutes south of CEDC of NH, while the Concord Municipal Airport, a public use general aviation airport, is just minutes from our center on Airport Road.
From the North
Take NH Route 16 south to US Route 2 West. Turn left onto NH Route 115 and follow to US route 3 South. Merge onto Interstate 93 South. Take Exit 14, NH Route 9/Loudon Rd exit and turn left onto Loudon Road. 105 Loudon Road is on the left. Parking is behind the building.
From Points South
Take Interstate 93 North to Exit 14 NH Route 9/Loudon Rd. Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Loudon Road. 105 Loudon Road is on the left. Parking is behind the building.
From Points West
Take Interstate 89 South. Merge onto Interstate 93 North. Take Exit 14 NH Route 9/Loudon Rd. Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Loudon Road. 105 Loudon Road is on the left. Parking is behind the building.
Take Interstate 95 South to Route 101 East to Interstate 93 North. Take Exit 14 NH Route 9/Loudon Rd. Turn right at the end of the ramp onto Loudon Road. 105 Loudon Road is on the left. Parking is behind the building.
Take US 4 West to Interstate 393 West. Take Exit 2 East Side Dr/NH Route 132. Turn right onto Loudon Rd/NH Route 9. In ½ a mile 105 Loudon Road will be on your right. Parking is behind the building.
Looking for Something To Do?
Check out some of Concord’s attractions! Concord itself is home to many sites of cultural significance. Concord’s Main Street is home to multiple historic attractions: Railroad Square, the Eagle hotel, which hosted such notable guests as Eleanor Roosevelt and Richard Nixon; The Pierce Manse, former home of President Franklin Pierce; and the State House to name just a few. If you are looking for more things to do in Concord, here are a few examples of things you can find in Concord:
Beaver Meadow Golf Course, established in 1896, is one of the oldest golf courses in New England. The seasonal walking course is open to both members and the public alike. Touted as one of the best walking courses in the area, golfers from the novice to the most advanced will enjoy their time here.
Douglas N. Everett Arena, is a multipurpose facility that is home to hockey and skating in the winter and a multitude of special interests shows and exhibitions during the spring and summer months. T
The Audi is Concord’s beautiful, historic theater. Built in 1904 and rich with character, The Audi offers a variety of attractions.
Hiking Trails are plentiful in Concord. The city has 26 well maintained hiking trails for the outdoor enthusiast.
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is a popular planetarium filled with interactive exhibits that allow guests to explore astronomy, aviation and space science. Visitors are sure to enjoy the planetarium’s theater and high tech observatory.
Capitol Center for the Arts is a favorite venue for music, theater and the arts.
New Hampshire State House is the oldest state capitol in which the legislature continues to meet in its original chambers. The stunning architecture and artwork alone are reasons to visit.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway, in addition to two major NASCAR weekends in July and September hosted by the Sprint Cup, New Hampshire Motor Speedway is bustling with activity from April through December. NASCAR XFINITY series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour are just a few things you can see. Before hibernating for the winter, the New Hampshire Motor Speedway hosts the Gift of Lights driving tour which features two miles of lights and 2.5 million light bulbs. This holiday event runs from mid November until just after the New Year.
Multiple Parks throughout the city. Concord features many parks for sports enthusiasts and children alike. From walking trails to playgrounds to basketball to tennis to softball, Concord’s parks are sure to please.