Learn about the best parks, attractions, museums, historic landmarks, tours, and other things to do in Portsmouth NH and the surrounding Seacoast area.
Strawbery Banke Museum illustrates the lives of historic New Englander with restored homes from four centuries and working artisans.
Rental surf boards and wetsuits for all ages and skill-levels.
Take Flight is Maine's leading aerial adventure course and adventure zip tour. Located on Route 1, Kittery, Maine, it's a family adventure you don't want to miss.
Connected to the Fox Run Mall by a short road behind the cinema, The Crossing at Fox Run is a strip mall anchored by Kohl's at one end and Barnes and Nobles Booksellers at the other.
The Dance Hall Kittery curates a wide and wild range of globally sourced musical influence and is the Seacoast’s premier spot for an intimate yet...
Theater, concerts, dance, film, an art gallery and a great restaurant, The Firehouse Center for the Arts has it all.
The Hill, a collection of homes saved from the wrecker's ball in the early '60s, now is an office park and home to the Blue Mermaid restaurant.
New Hampshire's oldest theater offering world-class entertainment and films year-round.
theatre.unmasked is dedicated to creating new, thought provoking, dramatic work with local creative writers, actors, artists, directors and other creative beings from the New England area. We are interested in creative development, innovative exciting productions, and positive experiences. We are dedicated to creating an environment of respect and creative individuality.
Throwback is a small, inspired brewery dedicated to crafting delicious, farm-fresh beers from local ingredients.
Boating education, vessel safety checks.
The 182-acre Urban Forestry Center offers a series of self-guided trails for walking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.
The USS Albacore, the prototype for modern submarines, was built in Portsmouth and has been converted into a museum.
Wallis Sands State Beach, about 15 minutes south of Portsmouth, is a beautiful, sandy curving beach.
Perhaps the finest brick residence of the first quarter of the eighteenth century left in New England.
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.