Two theaters, Johnson and Hennessy, located in the Paul Creative Arts building, serve as venues for top quality productions starring UNH student performers and special guests throughout the year.
Pease Golf Course is a public course and was built in 1901 on the grounds of Lafayette Road (Langdon Farm) in Portsmouth. In 2000, a third nine-hole course was added to the original course.
Hybrid and road bikes.
Located adjacent to Portsmouth's picturesque South End, Peirce Island offers unobstructed views of the Piscataqua River, the bridges, and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. It also features an outdoor pool, walking paths, playgrounds, and boat launches.
The PSA is a diverse group of sailors all interested in the sport of racing. Boat owners are welcome to come race with us. People interested in crewing on other people's boats are welcome, too. No matter what your experience level is, if you are interested in sailboat racing, PSA is a great place to start!
Portsmouth's only guided bicycle tours. Discover the magnificent Seacoast and the area's rich history. Spend a few hours enjoying picturesque streets, lush parks, antique gardens, and historic forts, homes and public buildings. Or spend the morning on a guided tour along the beautiful shore.
Portsmouth has been home to Africans and African-Americans for more than 350 years. The Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail visits places where black residents lived, worked, prayed and celebrated over the centuries.
Spend the day with Portsmouth Brew Tours as we sample our way through the city, along a journey filled with craft breweries, artisan beers and delicious food.
New Hampshire's orginal brewpub, Portsmouth Brewery has offered fine food and handcrafted beers since 1991.
The course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and plays along Great Bay for many of its holes. PCC is a semi-private course and offers green fee play daily.
The Portsmouth Escape Room is an interactive live adventure game in which participants must use their intellect and imagination to find hidden clues and solve...
Come aboard for a tour of the NH Seacoast's waterways. Since 1982, the charm and character of the M/V Heritage and our unique style have made us a local favorite.
The 48-foot tower of Portsmouth Harbor Light, built in 1877, overlooks the entrance to Portsmouth Harbor from historic Fort Constitution and the U.S. Coast Guard Station. The lighthouse is open for tours in summer.
Portsmouth boasts 400 years of history, culture, architecture, and scenic beauty, and you can see it all along the Portsmouth Harbour Trail.
Portsmouth Kayak Adventures offers kayak rents, kayak and stand-up paddle board tours led by lead by professional guides and basic instruction, and bike rentals.
The mysterious and massive building across the river from Portsmouth is former U.S. Navy prison, abandoned since the 1970s.
The Portsmouth Underbelly Tour is a hysterical-historical walking tour that highlights the seedier side of the Port City. Historically accurate, this adult tour combines stand-up...
See the PortsmouthNH.com calendar for more music and concert information.
Portsmouth's 10-acre waterfront park with flower gardens and a summer arts festival.
The Prescott Park Arts Festival has presented music, art, theater, and dance on the banks of the Piscataqua River since 1974. Located on 3.5 acres of...
Province Lake Golf Course winds through the woods and wraps around Province Lake, making it possible to the lake from 14 of its 18 holes.