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Madbury, New Hampshire
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UNH Observatory image
(Range: 1 mile)
No appointements are required to attend! All ages and levels of astronomy knowledge are welcome.  (Curated content from ceps.unh.edu)
UNH Museum of Art image
(Range: 2 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)
Woodman Museum image
(Range: 2 miles)
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)
Beyond Escape image
(Range: 2 miles)
Beyond Escape is a cerebral escape game adventure where we take the common escape room, and amp it up into an engaging storyline. Our rooms are custom designed and unique from anything you’ve seen before. (Curated content from beyondescapenh.com)
Tokens Taproom image
(Range: 3 miles)
Tokens Taproom, an arcade bar located in downtown Dover, is the first of its kind in New Hampshire. The vast variety of classic arcade and pinball machines were meticulously collected throughout the years by owner and arcade game connoisseur, Josh Hynes. (Curated content from www.tokenstaproom.com)
Hilltop Fun Center image
(Range: 4 miles)
SEACOAST'S LARGEST ATTRACTION CENTER! (Curated content from hilltopfuncenter.com)
Dover Bowl  image
(Range: 4 miles)
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)
Hamilton House image
(Range: 6 miles)
In a picturesque setting overlooking the Salmon Falls River, this striking Georgian mansion, a National Landmark c. 1785, and its landscape share a history that mirrors that of its Southern Maine region. Hamilton House is located on the homeland of the Wabanaki. After European colonists took ownership of the area known as South Berwick, Maine, the site was purchased by merchant Jonathan Hamilton for his shipping business in the eighteenth century, farmed by the Goodwin family in the nineteenth century, and restored as the summer retreat of Emily Tyson and her stepdaughter Elise at the turn of the twentieth. (Curated content from www.historicnewengland.org)
Sarah Orne Jewett House image
(Range: 7 miles)
Iconic Maine author Sarah Orne Jewett was born in her grandparents’ eighteenth-century house in 1849. She lived there with her family until she was five years old, when the family built a Greek Revival house next door. As Sarah gained attention as a writer, she and her family lived in the two Portland Street homes in the center of town, but it was her grandparent’s house that Jewett so loved, she used it as the setting for her first novel, Deephaven (1877). (Curated content from www.historicnewengland.org)
Flag Hill Distillery & Winery image
(Range: 7 miles)
Flag Hill sits on a 110 acre conservation easement which preserves the property to remain in agriculture forever. The farm switched from a dairy farm to a vineyard in 1987 with the planting of the first grapes on the property, and the winery began in 1990 with our first harvest. Years later in 2004 Flag Hill Distillery began making vodka from the highest quality apples New Hampshire has to offer. (Curated content from www.flaghill.com)