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 Water Country
Water Country

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!

New Hampshire > Portsmouth > Attractions


 Warner House
Warner House

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.

New Hampshire > Portsmouth > Attractions


 Prescott Park
Prescott Park

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.

New Hampshire > Portsmouth > Attractions


 Strawbery Banke Museum
Strawbery Banke Museum

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.

New Hampshire > Portsmouth > Attractions


 Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden
Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden

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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 PRANA Floatation Center
PRANA Floatation Center

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.

New Hampshire > Manchester > Attractions


 Kimball-Jenkins Estate
Kimball-Jenkins Estate

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.

New Hampshire > Concord > Attractions


 Franconia Notch State Park
Franconia Notch State Park

Located in the heart of the White Mountains, Franconia Notch State Park is a wonderful place for fishing, hiking, biking in summer and skiing in winter. Attractions of the park include Flume Gorge and the famous Old Man of the Mountain.

New Hampshire > Franconia > Attractions


 Christa McAuliffe Planetarium
Christa McAuliffe Planetarium

Take a trip to the stars; in a place where the sky is no limit, it is just the beginning! Join the Planetarium seven days a week for breathtaking astronomical adventures in the 40’ domed theater – participate in a rocket-making workshop – or do even more interesting things!

New Hampshire > Concord > Attractions


 Millyard Museum
Millyard Museum

Exhibits follow the history of the region, from a Native American fishing spot 11,000 years ago to its role as a magnet for immigrants moving here to work the mills, including Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., at one time the world's biggest manufacturer of cotton textiles. You'll also learn much about famous Manchester natives.

New Hampshire > Manchester > Attractions


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