New England's largest water park.
One of the East Coast's grand hotels, Wentworth by the Sea reopened as a Marriott hotel in 2003 after a 20-year hiatus.
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."
An intimate, 47-seat, black-box theater, the West End Studio Theatre serves as the home venue of the New Hampshire Theatre Project.
Fifty-foot high Whaleback Light sits in the middle of the Piscataqua River, at the entrance to Portsmouth Harbor.
Originally constructed in 1859, White Island Light stands atop the southernmost island in the Isles of Shoals.
The largest arena in eastern New Hampshire, the Whittemore Center hosts concerts, events and UNH hockey.
Dover's Woodman Institute offers an eclectic collection of natural science, local early history, and art. On display are rocks and minerals, butterflies, stuffed animals, Native American items, early furniture and artifacts from the Civil War, as well as an original 1675 fortified garrison house.
York's beaches, each about 20 minutes from Portsmouth, are Short Sands, Long Sands Beach and Harbor Beach. All featuring very gentle slopes and warm water.
Located off Short Sands, York Beach, Maine, kids and adults will love the largest zoo and amusement park in the Seacoast.