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Dover, New Hampshire
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Woodman Museum image
Dover, NH
(Range: < 1 mile)
The Woodman Museum was founded in 1916 from a trust established by Annie E. Woodman to: “ To advance and develop passion for History, Nature, and the Arts." To educate, excite, and inspire current and future generations about . . . a changing nation by preserving and exhibiting objects of historic significance, decorative and fine art, and natural science that connect Dover and its citizens to . . . the world.” A visit to the Woodman offers an intimate and personal opportunity for visitors to explore and experience history, natural sciences, and the arts. (Curated content from woodmanmuseum.org)
Dover Bowl image
Dover, NH
(Range: 1 mile)
Whether you’re looking for a cool night with friends, a fun Saturday afternoon with the kids or a place to hold your corporate event, Dover Bowl is the place. Visit us today, and let the party begin! Bowling, bingo and arcade games, all in one place. (Curated content from doverbowl.com)
Earth Eagle North image
(Range: 4 miles)
Earth Eagle Brewings is a truly authentic brewery with two locations in Portsmouth and Somersworth, NH. Also featured in the Portsmouth location is our brewery shop featuring lots of quality merch and homebrew supplies. (Curated content from www.eartheaglebrewings.com)
Links at Outlook Golf Course image
(Range: 4 miles)
Enjoy our undulating bent grass fairways and greens, which are surrounded by rolling dunes and scattered sand bunkers that come into play throughout this 140-acre course. Golfers will enjoy many spectacular and breathtaking views that will captivate them while playing our Par 71/6,500 yard championship course. (Curated content from www.outlookgolf.com)
UNH Museum of Art image
(Range: 5 miles)
Each year the collection committee, a group composed of faculty, UNH staff, and members of the museum’s board of advisors, meets to consider gifts and purchases of paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and sculpture. The result has been the addition of hundreds of contemporary and historic works of art in a variety of media and styles presenting different points of view and artistic concerns to create a dynamic ever-changing collection. (Curated content from cola.unh.edu)
The Ledges Golf Club image
(Range: 6 miles)
The Ledges Golf Club located in York Maine offers the most memorable public golf experience in the seacoast where you are surrounded by ledge outcroppings, championship greens and wild life. (Curated content from ledgesgolf.com)
Stoneface Brewing Co. image
(Range: 6 miles)
HAVE A BEER WITH US (Curated content from www.stonefacebrewing.com)
Rochester Country Club image
(Range: 7 miles)
Rochester Country Club is a Public Golf Club in Rochester, New Hampshire offering a challenging and fun golf experience for golfers of all abilities. (Curated content from www.rochestercc.com)
Isles of Shoals Steamship Company image
(Range: 9 miles)
The Isles of Shoals Steamship Company has been operating for over 25 years cruising the Piscataqua River and Isles of Shoals. We offer a variety of cruises to suit nearly everyone. Whether it be with family, friends, co-workers, students or hosting a special celebration, our crew looks forward to welcoming you aboard. Come cruise with us and take in the breathtaking NH seacoast. (Curated content from islesofshoals.com)
Jackson House image
(Range: 9 miles)
A National Historic Landmark, Jackson House is the oldest surviving wood-frame house in New Hampshire. It was built by Richard Jackson, a woodworker, farmer, and mariner. It resembles English post-Medieval prototypes, but is notably American in its extravagant use of wood. Succeeding generations added a lean-to by 1715, along with more additions in the 1700s and 1800s to accommodate different family groups sharing the house at once. (Curated content from www.historicnewengland.org)