- TripBuzz found 87 things to do with kids in or near Lincoln, New Hampshire, including 69 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Franconia, Waterville Valley, Bartlett and Campton.
- From Loon Mountain to Whales Tale Waterpark, the Lincoln area offers 83 different types of family activities, including: Other Adventures, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Movie Theaters and Waterfalls.
- An outdoorsy town, Lincoln provides for an array of fun and adventure. Within close proximity of the White Mountains, tourists visiting the town can enjoy skiing, snow tubing and snowboarding in the winter months, and hiking and bicycling in the spring, summer and fall. Celebrating its rich history, the city has a trading post where various small museums and a variety of collectibles and memorabilia can be seen.
A specialty shop offering jewellery, clothing, collectibles, and antiques, The Chalet Antiques Barn & Museum also houses the Alaskan museum, offering artifacts including a prehistoric Mastodon tooth for sale and viewing. Accommodations are available in the guest apartment.
87% 68 votes
White Mountain Road, Bretton Woods, NH 03575 MoreLess Info
Bearing a striking resemblance to an ancient castle, the Omni Mount Washington Resort Bretton Hills Golf Course is an amazing vacation destination. The golf course is consistently ranked among the world's best, and the resort itself offers unbelievable luxury and attentive service.
The Colonial Theatre shows live theater performances in the summer and movies and films year round. Additional events include concerts, dancing, indie films, documentaries, Celtic music, African music, and string quartets.
82% 33 votes
4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH 03574 MoreLess Info
The Rocks Estate and Christmas Tree Farm lies on 1400 acres of property. In addition to the Christmas tree farm in the Winter, they also offer hiking, biking, and tours of the maple production in the Spring.
86% 14 votes
Route 113 (P.0. Box 225), Holderness, NH 3245 MoreLess Info
Longhaul Farm at Squam Lake is a working organic farm whose market-style stand and cafe stocks its own produce, along with locally-sourced meat, poultry and ice cream. The farm's pavilion hosts meals, and concerts and garden workshops round out the activity schedule.
Constructed in 1832, the Bath Covered Bridge is the 5th to stand on the current site. Built with a Burr Truss design, the bridge crosses the Amonoosuc River, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
91% 258 votes
705 Rumney Rte 25, Rumney, NH 03266 MoreLess Info
The center attraction at Polar Caves Park is the Polar Sluice and Klondike Mines, which allow for family-centered mining and discovery of gems. Other options at the site include a petting zoo, cave exploration, nature trails, and the Maple Sugar House and Museum.
Managed by the New Hampshire Department of Forests and Lands, West Rattlesnake Mountain is a hiking paradise. It is also an important conservation site for rare plants that do not grow elsewhere in the state. Hikers are encouraged to wear supportive boots with excellent traction.