Albany is a town in Carroll County, New Hampshire. Its population at the 2010 census was 735.
Mount Chorocua and Mount Paugus are located within Albany, and the town also has the southeastern corner of the White Mountain National Forest. Albany is the gateway to the Mount Washington Valley.
The World Fellowship Center, a resort and retreat center founded in 1941 by and for peace activists, is still active here. The town is popular with tourists for its great natural beauty of the mountains, as well as the White Mountain National Forest. Hiking is a popular activity here.