NH is a fun place for people of all ages but we especially have lots
of things for kids to do.
Main Street Lincoln
Adventures if your source the for zip-line canopy tours, off-road
summer and winter safari as well as guided snowmobile tours.
The zip-line canopy tours consist of the Treetop Canopy Tour where
you go from tree to tree on six separate zip lines ranging from 60
feet to 75 feet high and the Sky Rider Zip line Tour that takes you
200 feet above the ground.
Fletcher Street Manchester, NH
Open Monday through Saturday from 9am-4pm
Fishways offers programs from kids to teach them things such as
river wildlife, fish biology, survival skills and hydro power.
The fishways always has something going on like Winter is for the
Birds that teach kids about the birds that stay in NH for the winter
and Animal Tracks and Traces where kids can play detective to tell
what kind of animals leave certain tracks in the snow.
North Policy Street Salem
Lake Park has over 85 rides, games, live entertainment and
attraction. Some of the cool rides include the Yankee Cannonball
Roller Coaster, the Giant Sky Wheel, the Log Flume and the Turkish
Twist. Some of the neat games include the Old Man Rock Wall,
Skeeball and Barnyard Golf.
High Street Candia
Farm is the perfect place to take the entire family. They are
open on weekends November through April form 11am-3pm and May
through October they are open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm.
There is so much to see and do. Charmingfare Farm has wildlife
animals such as black bears, wolves, river otters and eagle owls as
well as farm animals ranging from cattle to duck to rabbits and
everything in between.
Shaker Road Canterbury
Shaker Village is open May through October from 10am-5pm.
Canterbury Shaker Village is a national historic landmark that
houses 25 restored and 4 reconstructed buildings on 694 acres of
gardens, fields, ponds and forest.
Museum of NH
Washington Street Dover
NH Children's Museum has some great exhibits such as the Yellow
Submarine which features a listening station where you can hear
deep-sea sounds, pattern place featuring stained-glass windows and a
royal throne and a project area where kids can make their own art
and science projects.
The Christa McAuliffe
Institute Drive Concord
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is open Monday through Thursday
from 10am-5pm, Friday from 10am-9pm and weekends from 10am-5pm.
planetarium is dedicated to Christa McAuliffe who was a NH teacher
as well as an astronaut and Alan Shepard. They have many
exhibits including the Planetarium Theater which seats 103 people
and uses state-of-the-art technology to produce a video system of
110,000 stars, stellar and planetary objects.
US Route 3 Lincoln
GPS Coordinates: N44.047541, W71.686049
Trading Post is open in the off-season from 10am-5pm and during the
regular season from9:30am-6pm. The main attraction at Clark’s
Trading Post is of course the bears. The Clark Family has been
training black bears since 1949. Other attractions include a
30 minute train ride and the Yandong Chinese Acrobatic Circus.
Clark's Trading Post is also the location of
Clark's Covered Bridge.
Endicott Street North Laconia
is a great place for kids to hang out on a rainy Sunday afternoon.
They are open everyday year round except Christmas Day.
Funspot features hundreds of games, an indoor golf center, a retro 9
hole mini-golf, a ten pin or candlepin bowling area, a bingo center,
a restaurant and a tavern. Funspot has been named the Largest
Arcade in the World.
GPS Location: N43°
Commercial Street Manchester
Children’s Museum is a fun place for kids ages 5 and younger.
Exhibits include a puppet theater, a jamming tree house for future
musicians, a rocket ship and an incomplete dinosaur puzzle.
Route 27 Candia
Planet Waterpark is a great place to go in the summer to cool off
from the heat. Liquid Planet Waterpark has many attractions
including the Fountain of Youth which is New England’s largest spray
ground filled with 5000 square feet of fun water toys. Haley’s
Comet is a 246 foot closed in slide that takes you through twists
and turns. Besides the water rides, you can also eat at the
Lunch Pad which offers pizza, hot dogs, submarines, salads and
Mountain Highway Plymouth
Polar Caves has some interesting history behind it. The
glaciers were formed fifty thousand years ago. Once the
glaciers retreated, they formed beautiful caves and passageways.
There are many cave animals that hang out year round such as ducks,
deer, pheasants and peacocks.
Village is a magical place for kids of all ages. It is like
having Christmas all year long. The village consists of 17
themed rides including The Yule Log Flume, The Christmas Ferris
Wheel, Antique Cars and Santa’s Skyway Sleigh. My favorite
part of the village is the Reindeer Rendezvous where you can feed
the reindeer special cookies that are for sale at the park and you
can pet them as well.
has been enchanting kids for more than 50 years. Some of the
great rides at Storyland are Alice’s Tea Cups, Bamboo Chutes, Polar
Coaster and Swan Boats. You can also enjoy entertaining shows
such as the Royal Hanneford Circus.
Logs of Fun
Endicott Street East Weirs Beach
Logs of Fun, you can enjoy the Daytona 500 Fun Park, the Logs of Fun
Arcade and mini-golf, a 24 foot climbing wall, batting cages and
Lafayette Road Portsmouth
Park offer 14 rides including Adventures River, Double Dive Boggan
and Thunder Falls and Wild Canyon.
Hampshire has a wide variety of things for kids to do no matter what
their hobbies and interest are. New Hampshire is a great place
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