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Water Country is marked as one of the top 10 water parks in the USA by "America’s Best Online"! Water Country has something for everyone. Thrill seekers are challenged by the breaking waves and speed slides. Four areas situated for the youngsters guarantee that the under four children get to slide and splash too!
Visit and discover some of the multitude buildings at this 10-acre outdoor museum that traces the history of this seaport town, with costumed expounders providing demonstrations of trades and insights into earlier Portsmouth times.
The governor's apartment when Portsmouth was state capital in the 1700s, this historic 1718 house was the location of many important decisions about New Hampshires future. The oldest colonial wall painting is situated here. Each room is ornamented in the style of a different generation with epoch family heirlooms.
Prescott Park is approximately a 10 minute walk from the noisy center of town. The park has compact piers that go out just a bit over the Piscataqua river and Portsmouth harbor with wooden benches so you can take the perfect view of the water and the boats. There is also a small theater on the grounds where plays are arranged in the summer.
One of America's finest Georgian mansions, the Moffatt-Ladd House was built for merchant John Moffatt between 1760 and 1763. Visiting of the house will be interesting for aficionados of early American furniture and painting.
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A floatation center is a place where one goes to float. Floating is a very good experience for one's body and mind. It is a way to reach absolute relaxation or a way to heighten all of your senses. It is a way to achieve relief from aches and pains and heal your body.
A former private estate, Kimball-Jenkins at present is the campus of an exciting School of Art. Beautifully preserved buildings and gardens are available for weddings and parties, including the Victorian Carriage House which has been turned into an Art Gallery available for functions and events.
One of northern New England's first-rate art museums is made even more fantastic by its location in a bustling industrial city. Permanent collections involve some 12,000 works of European and American art, with fine masterpieces by Degas, Picasso, Monet, and John Singer Sargent.
Named for its gun-like appearance, Cannon Mountain is located within Franconia Notch State Park. It is one of New England's first ski mountains, and it is still rather popular.
The New England Ski Museum designed to preserve the history of commercial and recreational skiing, both alpine and cross-country, in the northeastern United States. The museum tells the history of skiing and has a collection of historical ski equipment.