Learn about the best parks, attractions, museums, historic landmarks, tours, and other things to do in Portsmouth NH and the surrounding Seacoast area.
The Opera House presents local, regional and national performances that appeal to all ages and tastes at a lower than average ticket cost. It is also available as a rental to clubs, organizations, individuals and businesses.
Rockingham Country Club's links-style golf course is a challenge for all levels of golfer. Tiny greens test the best amateurs in the seacoast, the undulating fairways also test the average golfer.
The Rundlet-May House shows four generations of family possessions and taste, ranging from original 1807 wall coverings and furniture to twentieth-century additions by the Rundlets’...
Skateboard and bike indoors year-round at Rye Airfield.
Rye Harbor State Park features scenic views of the Isles of Shoals and Rye Harbor, also called Ragged Neck. The park offers saltwater fishing, picnicking,...
Sagamore Spring Golf Club was one of the first 18-hole daily fee courses to open north of Boston, and to this day remains one of the best loved public courses in of New England.
The 19th century writer Sarah Orne Jewett spent much of her life in a stately Georgian residence in South Berwick that was built in 1774. Today the house is maintained by Historic New England.
Just down the road from Hampton Beach, near the Massachusetts border, Seabrook Beach offers a quieter setting and an expanse of sand dunes.
New Hampshire's Seacoast area offers scenic, beautiful bicycle riding opportunities along the Atlantic Ocean, through quiet woods, along rivers and streams.
Nothing compares to having a birds eye view of the world. Soaring in the air above some of New Hampshires most brilliant coastal landscapes is enough to take ones breath away! This is exactly what you will experience if you choose to fly on a Helicopter Tour with Seacoast Helicopters.
Why drive all the way to Fenway Park? You can watch great baseball right here in Portsmouth all summer long! Come watch the Seacoast Mavericks play ball! Enjoy hotdogs and more from the concession stand. It makes for a great summer night out.
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.
The Seacoast Road Race Series offers eight races throughout the season. Participants can earn the coveted Seacoast Road Race jacket by completing six of the eight races, two of which must exceed 5K.
The Seacoast Science Center is a non-profit marine environmental organization located on the rocky coast of historic Odiorne Point State Park. The center features live animals of the Gulf of Maine, indoor touch tanks, and hands-on exhibits about life in and around the ocean.
Seafari is a 44-foot, USCG-certified for 100 miles and 20 passengers, sportfishing vessel. Equipped with full amenities, Seafari will provide you with a memorable day...
Seapoint Beach, near Gerrish Island off winding Route 103 in Kittery Point, faces north and is somewhat rocky.
The Granite State's leading craft brewer.
A father and son operation that just opened in December 2013, SoMe Brewing Co. makes "big hoppy beers, traditional styles, and a few twists and turns."
Come aboard the 32′ Holland lobster yacht Alexandra for the best deep-sea fishing in New Hampshire. Captain Ted W. Alex holds a Master 100-ton license...
Located in the center of Portsmouth, South Playground and Leary Field offer tennis and basketball courts, a dog park, swing and play area, two baseball fields and a salt water pond.