Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Nottingham, New Hampshire
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"Pawtuckaway State Park offers a variety of landscapes, with something to do and see for everyone. The park includes a large family beach on the lake. There are many opportunities for hiking, with trails leading to many special points of interest, including a mountaintop fire tower; an extensive marsh where beavers, deer, and great blue herons may be seen, and a geologically unique field where large boulders called glacial erratics were deposited when glacial ice melted near the end of the Ice Age. "
(This excerpt taken from Pawtuckaway State Park website)
"The Museum of Art of the University of New Hampshire maintains a permanent art collection intended for use in exhibitions, teaching, and research. Since it is in part a teaching collection, attention must be given to coordinating our acquisitions with academic needs. The major goal of the museum is to acquire works of art of the highest quality in accordance with the museum's Collection Guidelines."
(This excerpt taken from UNH Museum of Art website)
"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 American Independence Museum website)
"The Woodman is a true turn of the century natural history, local history and art museum that has been around since 1916. Four historic buildings that includes an original 1675 colonial garrison house furnished with period artifacts, the Senator John P. Hale home built in 1813, displays furniture, paintings, fire & police memorabilia, nautical instruments and model ships, a Cocheco Mill exhibit, antique powder horns, tools, toys, dolls, musical instruments, pewter and china."
(This excerpt taken from Woodman Museum website)
"Camping, hiking, biking, archery swimming and fishing are a few of the outdoor activities you can do at the park. Forty miles of trails through the heavily forested park, leading to seldom visited marshes, bogs, summits and ponds, offer a variety of options for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Campers have two options to enjoy this scenic park; the 101 site campground at Beaver Pond and the cabins at Bear Hill Pond."
(This excerpt taken from Bear Brook State Park website)
"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 taken from Sagamore-Hampton Golf Club 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 Breakfast Hill Golf Club website)
"Since 1977, Pontine Theatre has been an active particpant in the development of actor-based theatre, creating work that is engaging, innovative and original. Pontine's work is founded on the actor training technique of French actor, Etienne Decroux. Co-Artistic Directors, Marguerite Mathews and Gregory Gathers, have produced over fifty original works. Creating and performing these works, Pontine has introduced their unique form of theatre to audiences throughout New England, transforming audience interest in gestural theatre, puppetry, toy theatre and storytelling into enthusiasm for this distinctive synthesis of forms."
(This excerpt taken from Pontine Theatre website)
"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 taken from USS Albacore website)