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Canobie Lake Park image
Salem, NH
(range: 5 miles)
With more than 85 great attractions - family and kids rides, exciting thrill rides and water rides, including our fantastic new Castaway Island Water Park, and games, Canobie delivers the ultimate family fun experience! (This excerpt taken from the Canobie Lake Park website)
The Boott Cotton Mills Museum at Lowell National Historical Park is the best place to learn about Lowell’s industrial past. Explore the stories of the workers, engineers, inventors, and investors who made Lowell the first successful planned industrial city in the United States. Learn more about the city’s role as a cutting-edge developer of technology and hub of social and economic change in the American Industrial Revolution. (This excerpt taken from the Boott Cotton Mills Museum website)
The Brush image
Lowell, MA
(range: 5 miles)
The Brush Art Gallery and Studios is located in the Lowell National Historical Park across the courtyard from the Visitor Center. This dynamic and captivating place was originally founded by the Lowell Historic Preservation Commission, U.S. Department of the Interior. The Brush presents museum quality exhibitions, educational programs, and has collaborated with many other nonprofit groups. (This excerpt taken from the The Brush website)
Revolving Museum image
Lowell, MA
(range: 5 miles)
Making Space for Art and Community (This excerpt taken from the Revolving Museum website)
Discover the Continuing Revolution. Lowell’s water-powered textile mills catapulted the nation – including immigrant families and early female factory workers – into an uncertain new industrial era. Nearly 200 years later, the changes that began here still reverberate in our shifting global economy. Explore Lowell, a living monument to the dynamic human story of the Industrial Revolution. (This excerpt taken from the Lowell National Historical Park website)
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Nashua, NH
(range: 6 miles)
At SkyVenture New Hampshire we feature indoor skydiving & surfing, boogie boarding, rock climbing and the Fishpipe indoor water ride. Book today! (This excerpt taken from the SkyVenture website)
Founded in 1870, The Nashua Historical Society is a volunteer run, independent, non-profit organization and receives no operating support from the State of New Hampshire or the City of Nashua. The Historical Society's motto is "Preserving the Past for the Future" and in support of its purpose, the Historical Society collects, preserves and interprets materials pertaining to Nashua history. (This excerpt taken from the Nashua Historical Society website)
ee New England butterflies and tropical species from all over the world. Walk along a winding pathway. Observe butterflies sipping from flowers, basking in the sunshine and flying freely in a natural habitat. Enjoy our koi fish and quail birds which live among the butterflies. Visit the “show and tell bench” where a staff member is always available to answer your questions and help make your visit fun. See eggs, caterpillars or other interesting creatures up close. (This excerpt taken from the The Butterfly Place website)
Mine Falls Park image
Nashua, NH
(range: 8 miles)
Mine Falls Park is one of the most instantly recognizable and vital parts of the city of Nashua. The park is located in the heart of the city and was purchased in 1969 with city and federal Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) monies. The 325-acre park includes forest, wetlands, and open fields; it is bordered on the north by the Nashua River and on the south by the Millpond and canal system. (This excerpt taken from the Mine Falls Park website)
America's Stonehenge image
Salem, NH
(range: 9 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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