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  • Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce. 1 Lafayette Road PO Box 790 Hampton, NH 03843. Phone: (603) 926-8718. The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce serves the Seacoast towns of Seabrook, Hampton Falls, Hampton, Hampton Beach, North Hampton and Rye.


  • Hampton Beach State Park. 160 Ocean Blvd Hampton, NH 03842. Phone: 603-926-3784. Hampton Beach State Park provides year-round recreation, with Atlantic ocean-front facilities situated along miles of sandy beach. Activities in the park include swimming, fishing, picnicking, and RV camping with full hook-ups in the campground.


  • Hampton Historical Society. 40 Park Avenue Hampton, NH 03842. Phone: 603-929-0781. The mission of the Hampton Historical Society is to increase public knowledge and understanding of the history and cultural heritage of the town of Hampton, New Hampshire.


  • Tuck Museum Tuck Museum 40 Park Avenue PO Box 1601 Hampton, NH 03843. Phone:  603-929-0781. The Tuck Museum is the home of the Hampton Historical Society. Physically, it consists of a number of buildings, monuments, and artifacts, located on Park Avenue in Hampton.    


  • LaBec Rouge. 73 Ocean Blvd., Hampton Beach, NH. Phone: 603-926-5050. Live nightly entertainment featuring local bands. Rock, Blues, Jazz. Open Deck or lower level. Full Service Restaurant and Lounge.


  • Seacoast Fire Museum. 40 Park Ave., Hampton, NH. Phone: 603-929-0781. Built by the Seacoast Fireman’s Union, this building contains a 19th century fire pumper, a collection of antique fire alarms, a Whiting Light (precursor to today’s emergency flashing lights), photographs, and other fire fighting equipment.


  • Blue Ocean Discovery Center. 170 Ocean Blvd, Hampton Beach, NH. Phone  (603) 431-0260. Discover our local marine environment at the Blue Ocean Discovery Center! Explore our touch tank and informative exhibits, and join us for story time and our daily tideline nature walk and cleanup!




  • Lane Memorial Library. 2 Academy Ave, Hampton, NH 03842. Phone:(603) 926-3368. The Lane Memorial Library offers a full range of services to meet the informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the Hampton community within a renovated and expanded historic building that dates back to 1910.




  • Water Country. 2300 Lafayette Road Portsmouth, NH 03801 603-427-1112 The Park offers a variety of water-based activities for all ages and all swim levels.


  • Albacore Museum. 600 Market St., Portsmouth, NH 03801.. Phone: (603) 436-3680. The park is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day from Memorial Day to Columbus Day.


  • Discover Portsmouth. Corner of Islington and Middle Streets, Portsmouth, NH 03801. Phone: (603) 436-8433. Discover Portsmouth is a central gateway to the historical, cultural and artistic sites and venues around greater Portsmouth.


  • Peirce Island. Peirce Island, Portsmouth, NH 03801. Phone: (603) 431-2000.  Located adjacent to Portsmouth's picturesque South End, Peirce Island offers unobstructed views of the Piscataqua River, the bridges, and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. It also features an outdoor pool, walking paths, playgrounds, and boat launches.


  • Strawbery Banke Museum. Marcy Street, Portsmouth, NH. Phone: (603) 433-1100. Strawbery Banke Museum illustrates the lives of historic New Englander with restored homes from four centuries and working artisans.


  • The Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion. 375 Little Harbor Road Portsmouth, NH 03801 Phone: 603-436-6607. The Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion is the former home of New Hampshire's first royal governor, Benning Wentworth, who served in office from 1741 to 1767. The rambling, 40-room mansion which overlooks Little Harbor, is one of the most outstanding homes remaining of the colonial era.


  • Pontine / West End Studio Theatre. 959 Islington Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801. Phone: 603-436-6660. For over 35 years, Pontine Theatre has been an active participant in the development of actor-based theatre, creating work that is engaging, innovative and original.



  • The Warner House. 150 Daniel Street Portsmouth, NH, 03802. Phone: (603) 436‑5909. Explore one of 18th-​century Portsmouth’s influential families room by room. Built in 1716 for ambitious immigrant Capt. Archibald Macpheadris, the Warner House is one of the oldest urban brick residences in New England, boasting rich architectural features of early ​Georgian style.





  • Historical Society. PO Box 414 Seabrook, NH 03874. Phone: (603) 474-5058. The Historical Society of Seabrook offers genealogy research help as well as information about the history of Seabrook.


  • Seabrook Library 25 Liberty Lane, Seabrook, NH 03874. Phone: (603)474-2044. Library Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10am-8pm, Tuesday, Friday: 10am-6pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm. No Saturday hours during July and August.


  • Seabrook Science & Nature Center. Route 1, Seabrook, NH. Phone: 603-773-7219. Much of Seabrook Station's community activities focus on education. Our Science & Nature Center is a well-known destination for schools, civic groups, and anyone who is interested in learning about nuclear energy and the thriving ecosystem that surrounds the plant.


  • University of New Hampshire. 105 Main St, Durham, NH 03824. Phone: (603) 862-1234. University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, is the state's premier state university and is located just 35 miles from Seabrook with educational and recreational facilities easily available to Seabrook residents. There was a 1999 enrollment of 10,153 undergraduates and 1,775 graduate students.




  • Seacoast Science Center. 570 Ocean Boulevard Route 1A Rye, NH 03870. Phone: 603-436-8043. The Seacoast Science Center is an informal marine environmental education center, located on the rocky shore of Odiorne Point State Park. Live animal and interactive exhibits offer visitors hands-on learning fun. The Center's signature exhibits include an indoor tide pool touch tank, aquariums featuring local species, and a multi-station exhibit on humpback whales of the Gulf of Maine featuring a 32-foot whale skeleton.


  • Odiorne Point State Park. 570 Ocean Blvd Rye, NH 03870. Phone: 603-436-7406. At Odiorne Point State Park picnickers can enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and rocky shore, and explorers can uncover evidence of past military occupation. An extensive network of trails wind through the dense vegetation and traverse the park.


  • Wallis Sands State Beach. Rte 1A Rye, NH 03070. Phone: 603-436-9404.  Wallis Sands State Beach offers a sandy beach, oceanfront swimming and great views of the Isles of Shoals. Amenities here include bathhouses, hot and cold showers, lifeguards and a store. The beach is open weekends from mid-May to mid-June and daily from mid-June to Labor Day.


  • Fox Run Mall. 50 Fox Run RD, Newington, NH 03801.100 Stores and Resturants just a 15 minute drive away from Hampton Beach. 50 Fox Run Road Newington, NH. 


  • The Kittery Outlet Stores. 306 State Rd, Kittery ME 03904. Phone: 1-888-548-8379. Top Name brands at dicounted prices, just a short 15 minutes from Hampton Beach. Take a break from the sun & fun or a rainy day get-a-way, and shop at over 150 shops.   


  • American Independence Museum. 1 Governor's Lane, Exeter, NH 09833. Phone: (603) 772-2622.  The site of the New Hampshire Treasury during the American Revolution, this museum is home to an original broadside of the Declaration of Independence and early drafts of the U.S. Constitution.  


  • Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. 89 Depot Road, Greenland, NH 03840. Phone: (603) 778-0015.  Education center for the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Interactive exhibit room, touch tank, and boardwalk.   


  • York Wild Kingdom. Route 1, York, Maine 03910. Phone: (207)363-4911   Located off Short Sands, York Beach, Maine, kids and adults will love the largest zoo and amusement park in the Seacoast.


  • Bear Brook State Park. Off NH Rte 28 Allenstown, NH. Phone: 603-271-3628. With nearly 10,000 acres, Bear Brook State Park is the largest developed state park in New Hampshire. There is plenty to keep you buy, including hiking, snowmobiling, biking, cross-country skiing swimming and fishing



  • Rye Airfield. 170 Lafayette Rd, Rye, NH. Phone: 603-964-2800. Sports Complex for skateboarders, bikers, and BMX riders.





  • White Mountain National Forest. 71 White Mountain Drive Campton NH 03223. Phone: (603) 536-6100. This summer was busy on the forest with many trails, sites, and the Hastings Trail bridge receiving major repairs or replacement.


  • Mount Washington Observatory. 2779 White Mountain Hwy North Conway, NH 03860. Phone: (603) 356-2137. Mount Washington Observatory is a private, non-profit scientific and educational institution organized under the laws of the state of New Hampshire.


  • Mount Washington Cog Railway. end of Base Station Rd,  Bretton Woods, NH 03575. Phone: (800) 922-8825  The beauty of the mountains and the thrill of ascending the Northeast's highest peak are just as enchanting today as they were in 1869, when Sylvester Marsh opened the world's first mountain-climbing railroad on New Hampshire's Mount Washington.


  • Crawford Notch State Park. 2057 US Route 302 Harts Location, NH 03812. Phone: 603-374-2272. Crawford Notch State Park has 5,775 acres providing access to numerous hiking trails, waterfalls, fishing, wildlife viewing, and spectacular mountain views. Crawford Notch State Park is rich in history with the famous Willey House.    



  • Castle in the Clouds. 455 Old Mountain Road Moultonborough, NH 03254. Phone: (603) 476-2352.‎  C astle in the Clouds (or Lucknow) is a 16-room mansion and 5,500-acre (2,200 ha) mountaintop estate in Moultonborough, New Hampshire owned by the Lakes Region Conservation Trust and operated by the Castle Preservation Society. It overlooks Lake Winnipesaukee and the Ossipee Mountains from a rocky outcropping of Lee Mountain formerly known as "The Crow's Nest".


  • Barnstormers Theatre. 104 Main St, Tamworth, NH . Phone:‎ (603) 323-8500. The Barnstormers Theatre is located in Tamworth, New Hampshire, and is the oldest ongoing professional summer theatre in the country. It was founded in 1931 by Francis Cleveland, the son of twenty-second president Grover Cleveland.





  • Gunstock Mountain Adventure Park. 719 Cherry Valley Road  Gilford, NH 03249. Phone: 603-737-4399. The all new Gunstock Mountain Adventure Park has New England's Largest Ropes, Aerial and Zip Line Course. Covering 9 acres with 91 challenges, 5 levels of adult courses and an explorer course for kids. Totally built into the trees. Not up for a treetop adventure? Enjoy the first authorized off road Segway tours in New England or take a summit lift ride and view all of Lake Winnipesaukee from the top of Gunstock Mountain.


  • Castle in the Clouds. 455 Old Mountain Road Moultonboro, NH 03254. Phone: (603) 476-5900. The Castle's spectacular mountaintop estate offers a 270-degree view of the mountains and lakes. Take a tour of the Castle; an iconic, turn-of-the-century 16-room mansion perched high on a pristine mountaintop overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee and beyond. One of the Lakes Regions most remarkable attractions.


  • Daytona Fun Park. Junction of Route 3 & 11B Weirs Beach, NH 03247. Phone: (603) 366-5461. The New Hampshire Lakes Region Fun Parks, Logs of Fun Arcade & Mini-Golf and Daytona Fun Park GO-KARTS have NEW BUMPER BOATS and NEW Go-KARTS plus a slew of arcade games to guarantee fun for all ages on your family vacation to The Weirs Beach, Lake Winnipesaukee.


  • Funspot. 579 Endicott St. North Weirs Beach, NH 03247. Phone: (603) 366-437. Funspot is the largest arcade in the world, founded by Bob Lawton in 1952. It provides quality entertainment in an atmosphere right for the whole family! And its array of fun is continually growing.


  • Laconia Historical & Museum Society. 695 Main Street Laconia, NH 03247. Phone: (603) 527-1278. "Made in Laconia" takes us on a tour through Laconia's history of manufacturing by providing a glimpse of many of the manufacturers and the products that they made in our great city.


  • Logs of Fun Arcade & Mini Golf. 36 Endicott Street at Alpenrose Plaza Weirs Beach, NH 03247. Phone: (603) 366-2424. The New Hampshire Lakes Region Fun Parks, Logs of Fun Arcade & Mini-Golf and Daytona Fun Park GO-KARTS, have a NEW High Ropes Course plus BUMPER BOATS and Go-KARTS, Batting cages and a slew of arcade games to guarantee fun for all ages on your family vacation to The Weirs Beach, Lake Winnipesaukee.


  • Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center. 928 White Oaks Road Weirs Beach, NH 03246. Phone: 603-366-5695. Prescott Farm has been owned by the Prescott family for over 200 years. The farm was established by Colonel Dudley Prescott of the 10th Regiment NH Militia.


  • The Winnipesaukee Playhouse. 50 Reservoir Meredith NH 03253. Phone: (603) 366-7377. The Winnipesaukee Playhouse is a nonprofit organization that serves to develop and stage professional and community-based theatrical productions and to provide opportunities in theatre and the performing arts for the community.


  • Winnipesaukee Railroad. 211 Lakeside Ave Weirs Beach, NH 03247. Phone: 603-279-5253. White Mountains Train......Hobo RR near Franconia Notch home of the Flume, the Basin and memorial to the Old Man of the Mountains.






  • West Rattlesnake Mountain. 172 Pembroke Road Concord, NH 03301-1856. Phone: (603) 271-2215. This hike goes to the summit of West Rattlesnake Mountain and offers fantastic views of Squam Lake and its many islands at the foot of the mountain.


  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. 23 Science Center Road, Holderness, NH 03245. Phone: (603) 968-7194. Squam Lakes Natural Science Center is a fun and enlightening place for everyone to enjoy. Here at the Science Center, we house and exhibit many different wild animals, including river otters, mountain lions, bobcats, deer, bears, birds, foxes, and skunks.


  • Holderness Free Library. 866 U.S. 3, Holderness, NH 03245. Phone: (603) 968-7066. Hours: Monday 9-6 · Tuesday 8-4 · Wednesday 9-8 · Thursday Closed · Friday 9-5 · Saturday 8-12.


  • State of New Hampshire Fish & Game Department: Owl Brook Hunter Education Center. 387 Perch Pond Road Holderness, NH 03245. Phone: (603) 536-1290. Fish and Game has a variety of conservation education programs and resources for teachers, young people and adults.


  • Squam Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce. PO Box 665 Ashland, New Hampshire 03217. Phone: (603) 968-4494. Squam Lake sits at the northern edge of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, an area rich in recreation and heritage. Here you’ll find some of the best kayaking, canoeing and fishing in the state. And when it comes to New Hampshire hiking the Squam Range, running alongside Squam Lake, offers a network of trails with magnificent views rivaling those of the White mountains just to our north.


  • Little Church Theater. PO Box 105 Holderness, New Hampshire 03245. Phone: (603) 968-2250. The Little Church Theater is private, non-profit organization committed to bringing unique theatrical and artistic events to the region. We are located on the shores of Squam Lake and our season runs from May through September.

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