- 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.
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211 East Main Street, Gloucester, MA 01930 MoreLess Info
Docked at the Beacon Marine Basin, Defiance Sail Charters - Day Tours operates during the summer season from June through October. The chartered day trips normally involve some light food while there are some evening offerings that have full meals and alcoholic beverages.
Consisting of a large pond surrounded by woodland, Hammond Pond Reservation offers visitors recreational activities like hiking and fishing. The trail at the pond passes by caves, groves, swamps, gardens, and more.
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8 Mercer Road, Natick, MA 1760 MoreLess Info
The history of World War II is on display at The Museum of World War II. The museum details the events of the war through over 7,000 artifacts, providing visitors with a unique educational experience. Over 100 mannequins in complete uniforms are on display. Private tours are available.
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575 Brookline Avenue, Brookline, MA 02445 MoreLess Info
Managed by the parks and recreation department, Brookline Avenue Playground includes a variety of amenities, including an off leash dog park, baseball and softball fields, a playground, picnic facilities, and a network of hiking trails.
Brookline Reservoir offers a path for fishermen, joggers, walkers, families and doggies. There is a pond, lots of benches along the way and during the summer months trees surround the reservoir providing ample shade.
At the Boston Children's Museum, guests will have the opportunity to visit a wide variety of exhibits, including the Science Playground and the New Balance Climb. The location also features a real two-story house from Kyoto, Japan.
Good Harbor Beach is a half mile stretch of raked sand that opens to the Atlantic ocean with many dunes and marshes surrounding it. Visitors can enjoy surfing and floating here when the tide is high and at low tide, they can walk up to the Salt island.