303 Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Greenland, New Hampshire
Breakfast Hill Golf Club

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Located in Greenland, NH

Breakfast Hill Golf Club, located in Greenland, New Hampshire, is the Seacoast's newest 18 hole public golf course. Designed by Brian Silva, the course is situated on 170 acres featuring rolling fairways, contoured greens, picturesque woodlands and exposed granite boulders.

(This excerpt provided by Breakfast Hill Golf Club representatives)

Water Country

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Located in Portsmouth, NH (2 miles from Greenland)

The perfect chemistry for an unforgettable summer: you, friends, family, and H20 like you've never seen it before!

(This excerpt provided by Water Country representatives)

Water Park
Pontine Theatre

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Located in Portsmouth, NH (3 miles from Greenland)

Pontine Theatre has been a ground-breaking force in the blossoming of actor-based theatre, creating work that is engaging, innovative and original. Pontine's work is founded on the concept that the actor should function as a creative (rather than interpretive) artist, and that the name actor dictates action (movement) as their primary tool.

(This excerpt provided by Pontine Theatre representatives)

Theatre Performing Arts
Sagamore-Hampton Golf Club

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Located in North Hampton, NH (3 miles from Greenland)

With over 50 years of Daily Fee Golf experience, SHGC's success and popularity has been made possible by working hard each and every day to make sure our golfers have fun, plain & simple. Focussing on things like a fun layout & super course conditions from tee to green... A friendly, welcoming staff that wants you to feel right at home... And making sure our golf is fairly priced with value-driven offers available for everyone.

(This excerpt provided by Sagamore-Hampton Golf Club representatives)

USS Albacore

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Located in Portsmouth, NH (4 miles from Greenland)

The USS Albacore is a research submarine, designed by the U.S. Navy to test experimental features used in modern submarines. The Navy tested top-secret features that led to the high-speed silent operation used on modern U.S. submarines. Today Albacore has been preserved and opened to the public

Every visitor can go inside and explore this remarkable submarine. You'll be able to look through the periscope, explore the control room, engineering spaces, and bunkrooms, and hear crewmembers tell of things that happened when they were at sea.

(This excerpt provided by USS Albacore representatives)

Adventure Museum
Jackson House

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Located in Portsmouth, NH (4 miles from Greenland)

Jackson House is the oldest surviving wood-frame house in New Hampshire. The house was built by Richard Jackson, a woodworker, farmer, and mariner, on his family's twenty-five-acre plot.

(This excerpt provided by Jackson House representatives)

Albacore Park

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Located in Portsmouth, NH (4 miles from Greenland)

Albacore provides a unique opportunity to see where a crew of 55 worked and lived. You will see some of the unusual features of this prototype submarine and hear some of the experiences of her crew.

(This excerpt provided by Albacore Park representatives)


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