Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Raymond, 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)
"Come enjoy a hot air balloon ride with High 5 Ballooning, New England’s premier hot air balloon ride company. From the thrill of lift off to the last sip of your post flight Champagne celebration, you will be treated to an experience that will leave you with a memory that will last a lifetime. Float through the sky on an aerial adventure and marvel at breathtaking views of the White Mountains, Atlantic Ocean, Boston’s skyline and the beautiful Merrimack River Valley. "
(This excerpt taken from High 5 Ballooning 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)
"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 America's Stonehenge website)
"McIntyre Ski Area is southern New Hampshire’s winter playground! Thousands of children and adults have enjoyed skiing and snowboarding at McIntyre since the chairlift began turning in 1971. The school opened up 7 years later, and we’ve been your learn-to-ski/ride mountain ever since."
(This excerpt taken from McIntyre Ski Area website)
"The Museum's collection contains thousands of documents, photographs and artifacts from the earliest days to the present. We have a display of items related to the Native American including a dug-out canoe that was found at the bottom of Beaver Lake. We also have rooms that are devoted to our schools, military history and modes of transportation"
(This excerpt taken from The Derry Museum of History 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)
"Welcome to Vertical Dreams Indoor Climbing! With two convenient locations in Manchester and Nashua, NH, Vertical Dreams offers something for everyone. We sport New Hampshire’s tallest climbing wall in Manchester with top roping, lead climbing, bouldering, and routes for all abilities. Our Nashua location has a larger roped climbing area with rock-like textured walls. Vertical Dreams is the most versatile and welcoming climbing experience in the Greater Manchester and Greater Nashua areas! "
(This excerpt taken from Vertical Dreams 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)