Named for Major Andrew McClary, who died at the Battle of Bunker Hill, Fort McClary is an historic military site that protected the Piscataqua River...
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.
The Garrison Players are known for their high-quality theatrical productions geared for family audiences. Established in 1953, they are a nonprofit, volunteer-based community theater group dedicated to culturally enriching greater Dover.
The Gilman Family, owners of lucrative sawmills in Exeter, built a garrison, or fortified structure, near the banks of the Squamscot River in 1709.
The Gov. John Langdon House is an exceptional Georgian mansion which George Washington thought of as the best in Portsmouth. Its reception rooms are of a grand scale suited to ceremonial occasions and are ornamented by elaborate wood carving in the Rococo style.
Granite State Growler Tours offers guests a unique local brewery adventure. Hop on the bus with 12 of your new best friends and let "Greta the Growler Getta" transport you to fine craft breweries on New Hampshires historic Seacoast.
Education center for the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Interactive exhibit room, touch tank, and boardwalk.
Small, picturesque Sandy Beach, 10 minutes from Portsmouth, has the U.S. Coast Guard Station at one end and a large seaside park, New Castle Common, at the other end.
For centuries, sailing barges connected up-river Seacoast to Portsmouth. The last of these "gundalows" disappeared decades ago, but a Seacoast nonprofit offers educational programs, tours and sailing trips aboard a full-scale replica, the Piscataqua.
Considered one of New England's most charming and quaint summer theaters, Hackmatack Playhouse showcases the talents of professional and developing thespians from the area.
A National Historic Landmark, Hamilton House is recognized as one of the region's quintessential Colonial Revival-style country estates.
The most popular beach in the region, Hampton Beach has been drawing visitors by the hundreds of thousands since the turn of the century. The beach is extremely wide and the water warm. Bath house and lifeguards in season. Located on Route 1A, Hampton.
The Ballroom enters into its third century on a high note, reputed one of the best venues to play by artists and one of the best venues to see a show by fans.
Architect Phil Wogan designed a challenging par-70 golf course with a relatively level front nine and gentle rolling terrain back nine.
The picturesque and history-filled Isles of Shoals, six miles off the New Hampshire coast, are a popular day trip.
Cruise aboard the Victorian-style M/V Thomas Laighton through Portsmouth Harbor to the Isles of Shoals. Daily sightseeing tours, dinner cruises, whale watching expeditions, and fall foliage.
The oldest surviving wood frame house in New Hampshire and Maine, Jackson House was built by Richard Jackson in 1664.
Jenness Beach is a great family location ideal for swimming and picnicking. Amenities at the beach include a bathhouse and metered parking available for 67...
Revolutionary War hero John Paul Jones stayed at the home at Court and Middle streets in Portsmouth in 1777 while his ship "The Ranger" was being built. Today the house is a museum focusing on Jones' life and the Revolutionary War.