3S Artspace combines the only midsize, flexible performance space in the area, a large non-commercial art gallery with affordable artist studios above, and an approachable...
Join us for a 60- to 90-minute lobster tour from Hampton Beach, while we pull lobster traps and you go home with your own lobster....
A family-owned business in operation for more than 75 years, Al Gauron offers fishing trips — half-day, full-day or evening — whale watch excursions and...
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.
Apple Hill offers a par-three course to sharpen the approach game or a challenging 18-hole layout.
Atlantic Whale Watch & Deep Sea Fishing offers the opportunity to partake of both ocean activities daily. Morning trips for deep-sea fishing and afternoon trips...
The championship par 71 layout has been ranked as a top five course by Golf Week magazine as one of America's best daily fee facilities.
Generous fairways and the option to run the ball onto every green are part of the reason that Candia Woods is called the "Friendliest Course in New Hampshire."
Architect Donald Ross designed the course's original 9-holes in the early 1900s, and nine holes designed by Brian Silva were constructed in 1999.
Dozens of interactive exhibits and activities for children in a new location.
Discover Portsmouth is a central gateway to the historical, cultural and artistic sites and venues around greater Portsmouth. Open April 1 thru December 23.
For a unique shopping experience, stroll along the brick sidewalks of downtown Portsmouth where you'll find an array of exciting shops including brand-name clothing stores, unique boutiques, upscale kitchen stores, gift and card shops, fine jewelry stores, toy emporiums, bookstores and much much more.
Eastern Mountain Sports rent kayaks, packs, stand-up paddleboards, snowshoes and poles, sleeping bags and pads. x-country skis and tents.
Exeter Country Club is a member-owned 9-hole course in one of New England's most picturesque towns. The club, founded in 1889, is USGA-listed as one of the 100 oldest in the nation.
Built in the 1700s as Fort William and Mary, Fort Constitution was the subject of Paul Revere's first ride and, some say, the first overt act of the Revolutionary War. The fort is not staffed, nor are there brochures or other information available. Access is through a short walk across the Coast Guard station parking lot.
Fort Foster in Kittery Point offers three small beaches, an extensive trail system, restroom facilities in season, picnic areas and old military fortifications.
A tiny piece of land now joined by a short causeway to Peirce Island, Four Tree Island features picnic and BBQ spots opposite Prescott Park and excellent views of the Piscataqua River.
Shop in the comfort of air conditioning in this indoor mall that features close to 100 stores and food establishments including anchor stores Macy's, Sears and J.C. Penney.
One of the last working turn-of-the-century estate gardens left in the Northeast, featuring thousands of rose bushes, as well as annual and perennial displays, a hosta garden, Koi pond and Japanese garden.