- TripBuzz found 128 things to do with kids in or near Manchester, New Hampshire, including 107 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Concord, Nashua, Haverhill and Derry.
- From Northeast Delta Dental Stadium to Lake Massabesic, the Manchester area offers 112 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Sports Stadiums (Professional), Specialty Museums and Rock Climbing.
- Manchester, New Hampshire is home to over 100,000 residents making for the largest city in New Hampshire and tenth largest in all of New England. Located along Merrimack River, the city boasts a natural splendor in mix with the bustling downtown and historic districts. The area is known for its family-friendly atmosphere and liveability, making for a must see visit for any traveling team.
Manchesterâ€™s MerchantsAuto.com Stadium is a baseball stadium that hosts the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The stadium hosts all of the teamâ€™s home games, and runs a variety of specials and promotions throughout the season.
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250 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH 03101 MoreLess Info
The tallest climbing wall in the state is offered at the Vertical Dreams Indoor Climbing Gym. Routes for all abilities are available on the wall, and visitors can enjoy lead climbing, top roping, and bouldering.
Formerly an amusement park with roller coasters and a Ferris wheel, Pine Island Park features an artificial pond that can be used for fishing, swimming and boating. The park has walking trails, a playground and picnic tables.
Manchester's Palace Theatre is a prominent stage theater in New Hampshire. Its schedule includes touring productions of Broadway shows as well as regional and state performances. The theater also has a teen drama troupe.
The Scouting Museum and Library is actually two facilities: the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum and the Max I. Silber Scouting Library. They offer a variety of exhibits devoted to the history of the Boy Scouts of America.
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6 Fletcher St., Manchester, NH MoreLess Info
The intriguing Amoskeag Fishways Learning & Visitors Center is an educational mini-museum dedicated to educating the public about the importance of the nearby waterways. The Center's exhibits have a particular emphasis on the role of the fishways in the fishing industry and human food chain.
Located at the first American credit union, America's Credit Union Museum offers three floors that can be toured. Rooms include offices and a conference center with period furnishings, photos and other informational items.