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Granite State Whale Watch image
Rye, NH
(range: < 1 mile)
This is our 39th year of exclusive dedication to whale watching, sightseeing and research. Our background includes over 50 years of experience safely operating passenger vessels. We enjoy our work and pride ourselves in being able to communicate our enthusiasm and knowledge about the ocean and coastal environment to our passengers. (This excerpt taken from the Granite State Whale Watch website)
Water Country image
Portsmouth, NH
(range: 2 miles)
For over 35 years, Water Country has been the go-to destination for wholesome family-friendly fun in New Hampshire. Water Country is New England's largest, cleanest, safest, and friendliest waterpark, featuring family-friendly rides and attractions like Big Ollie, Dr. Von Dark's Tunnel of Terror, and our a 1/4 mile-long adventure river. Come visit the best water park in New Hampshire for one of our many special events, great family dining options, and much more! (This excerpt taken from the Water Country website)
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Tamworth, NH
(range: 2 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)
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)
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)
Seacoast Science Center image
Rye, NH
(range: 3 miles)
The Seacoast Science Center is the perfect place to explore, discover, and connect with nature—especially the salty kind. (This excerpt taken from the Seacoast Science Center website)
Odiorne Point State Park image
Rye, NH
(range: 3 miles)
At Odiorne Point State Park picnickers can enjoy sweeping views of the ocean and rocky shore, and explorers can uncover evidence of past military occupation. An extensive network of trails wind through the dense vegetation and traverse the park. The Seacoast Science Center, which is located in the park, has exhibits relating to the natural and human history of Odiorne and the seacoast area . (This excerpt taken from the Odiorne Point State Park website)
Pontine Theatre image
Portsmouth, NH
(range: 4 miles)
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 the Pontine Theatre website)
Fort Stark Historic Site is located on a peninsula historically called Jerry's Point on the southeast corner of New Castle Island. It overlooks the Piscataqua River, Little Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean. Fort Stark was named in honor of John Stark, commander of N.H. forces at the Battle of Bennington (1777). An unmarked walking trail traverses the ten-acre fort site. (This excerpt taken from the Fort Stark Historic Site website)
Portsmouth Harbor Light — also known locally as Fort Point Light — is the only mainland lighthouse on New Hampshire’s 18-mile seacoast. It can also be viewed from tour boats leaving Portsmouth. (This excerpt taken from the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse website)
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