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Founded in 1991 with the strength and guidance of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of New Hampshire, the Exeter Community and State of New Hampshire, the American Independence Museum celebrates what it took to create the freedoms that Americans continue to enjoy today. (This excerpt taken from the American Independence Museum website)
We are best known for our one-of-a-kind outdoor gravity park, featuring the steepest, fastest snow tubing hill in New England in the winter, and North America’s longest ZORB run in the summer, along with two super fast, super fun summer tubing lanes. (This excerpt taken from the Amesbury Sports Park website)
Leddy Center produced its first show in July of 1975 as the Epping Community Church Players, in order to raise money to buy the oil needed for the church to hold their services in the sanctuary instead of in the basement of the church. Elaine Gatchell was the choir director of the Epping Community Church then (and now) and continued to produce and direct one show each year to raise money not only for the church but for many organizations within the town such as the Ambulance Fund, and the Epping Fire Department. (This excerpt taken from the Leddy Center for the Performing Arts website)
Located in the heart of New Hampshire's vibrant seacoast region, Sagamore-Hampton Golf Club has been at the forefront of great public golf in southern New Hampshire for nearly 60 years now --- Our goal each and every day of the season is to do all that we can to make sure our golfers feel 'at home' and welcome, and have a fun day on our fairways... Plain and simple! (This excerpt taken from the Sagamore-Hampton Golf Club website)
From High Street to the shores of the Merrimack, the neighborhoods of Newburyport are steeped in maritime history, rich with stories of the people who helped build this city, explore these waters, and found our nation. From its settlement to its rise as a maritime hub to its rebirth, we’re here to tell its story. To share its legacy. To show you how you’re a part of where we will go. We are the Custom House Maritime Museum, the stewards of your maritime history. (This excerpt taken from the The Custom House Maritime Museum website)
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Hampton, NH
(range: 10 miles)
For over 100 years the Casino Ballroom has been “second to the sun” at attracting crowds to Hampton Beach. Below is a little walk down the “rock n roll” lane of the 1900’s. (This excerpt taken from the Casino Ballroom website)
Hampton Beach State Park provides year-round recreation, with Atlantic ocean-front facilities situated along miles of sandy beach. Activities in the park include swimming, fishing, picnicking, and RV camping with full hook-ups in the campground. (This excerpt taken from the Hampton Beach State Park website)
Quaintly nestled under our trademark soaring pines sits an upscale public golf course still premature in age yet in its prime amongst the area’s best layouts. Breakfast Hill Golf Club invites you to experience a true New England golf experience unlike any other. Designed by renowned golf course architect Brian Silva, Breakfast Hill rests on 170 acres of family owned land dating back over 250 years. (This excerpt taken from the Breakfast Hill Golf Club website)
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Salem, NH
(range: 11 miles)
Built by a Native American Culture or a migrant European population? No one knows for sure. A maze of man-made chambers, walls and ceremonial meeting places, at over 4,000 years old America's Stonehenge is most likely the oldest man-made construction in the United States. Like Stonehenge in England, America's Stonehenge was built by ancient people well versed in astronomy and stone construction. It has been determined that the site is an accurate astronomical calendar. It was, and still can be, used to determine specific solar and lunar events of the year. (This excerpt taken from the America's Stonehenge website)
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Tamworth, NH
(range: 12 miles)
Fuller Gardens is a public botanical garden that was once part of the summer estate of Alvan T. Fuller on the Seacoast of New Hampshire. It’s a delightful oasis situated a stone’s throw from the ocean. The gardens feature horticulture at the highest level, with thousands of rose bushes and hundreds of varieties that bloom all season long. Formal English perennial borders, a Japanese Garden and a tropical conservatory are all framed by sculpted hedges. (This excerpt taken from the Fuller Gardens website)
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