An expansive and eclectic mix of soy, paraffin and beeswax candles, lighting, hand-blown glass, forged iron and more.
We carry one of the largest and most unique selections of fabric in New England and high-quality Bernina sewing machines.
Four venues, under one roof, known for wood-fired cooking and live entertainment.
Come aboard for a tour of the NH Seacoast's waterways. Since 1982, the charm and character of the M/V Heritage and our unique style have made us a local favorite.
Prelude is a purveyor of gorgeous handmade jewelry, unique handcrafted gifts, fair trade accessories, and some of the finest soap and skin care lines including Dr....
Portsmouth's 10-acre waterfront park with flower gardens and a summer arts festival.
The Prescott Park Arts Festival has presented music, art, theater and dance on the banks of the Piscataqua River since 1974 Located on 3.5 acres of...
Publicly available boat docking. For more information, see the City of Portsmouth website, www.cityofportsmouth.com/prescottpark/docks.htm.
Coming Soon: Newly Renovated Guest Rooms! Located in the heart of historic downtown Portsmouth at Portwalk Place, our extended-stay accommodations feature a full kitchen and living...
Offering fine Italian cuisine with the freshest and most flavorful seasonal ingredients and superior service in elegant yet comfortable surroundings. Weekend valet parking.
The River House features classic seafood favorites complemented by contemporary dishes served on our decks, heated balcony and dining rooms overlooking the Piscataqua River.
RiverRun is a true independent bookstore. We occupy a real space in the real world and cram it completely full of books.
Rudi's serves savory American-style dishes in a cool, quiet, classic modern atmosphere. Relax in our brass and oak lounge, and listen to music from the baby grand piano. Or stop by our wine bar for drinks and a bite with friends.
Enjoy live theatre on the shores of the Piscataqua River. This quaint venue in downtown Portsmouth allows the audience to sit semi-circle around the stage for excellent viewing. Seacoast Repertory Theatre aims to reflect and enhance the Seacoast community through the shared experience of live theater.
Serendipity features unusual, trendy fashions, fun and functional basics, accessories and jewelry from around the world. Located in the heart of beautiful & historical downtown...
Located in the heart of the downtown historic waterfront area, the Sheraton Portsmouth Hotel is within walking distance of shops, boutiques, area restaurants and regional...
One of the state’s most historic churches, St. John’s stands on a hill overlooking Bow Street. The church houses the oldest operating pipe organ in...
Your local and online store for the freshest exotic flavors, culinary wares, and innovative ideas.
Surf sets the standard in New Hampshire for fresh, exquisitely prepared seafood. Guided by chef and owner Michael Buckley, Surf has built a reputation for imaginative cooking with the very freshest fish and shellfish.
Enjoy superb cuisine throughout the day at the Hilton Garden Inn Portsmouth Downtown. The bright décor and casual ambiance of our restaurants bring a dash of style and fun to the dining scene.
Experience the finest cuts of prime and choice steaks and chops, fresh seafood and outstanding service in one of the most beautifully preserved historic buildings in New England.
New Hampshire's oldest theater offering world-class entertainment and films year-round.
The Works: Community cafés featuring delicious breakfast and lunch sandwiches made with antibiotic- and hormone-free meats and local cage-free eggs on artisan breads and traditional NY-style bagels. Fresh salads, hearty soups, real-fruit smoothies. Thoughtfully sourced.
Two-Fifty Market is a one of a kind dining experience located in the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel inspired by local ingredients and the culinary expertise of our acclaimed chef.
Perhaps the finest brick residence of the first quarter of the eighteenth century left in New England.
Built at the edge of the Piscataqua River in 1760, the Wentworth-Gardner House has been called "the most perfect specimen of Georgian architecture in this country."