- 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.
Framingham Community Theater is a program that is part of the Performing Arts Center of MetroWest. A wide range of shows are offered every season, including a yearly mystery dinner theater production written by the theater's writing group.
With the purpose of stimulating creative thinking in children, Jam Time offers an interactive playground for them to explore. The facility has slides, toys, seating, and climbing areas for the children to play with indoors.
Located on Chohituate Lake, Charles River Canoe &Kayak offers a wide variety of activities in addition to canoe and kayak rentals. With a sand swimming beach and bar-b-q grills the entire family can experience a full day of outdoor fun.
Summer at Park offers a collection of over 20 recreational and educational programs for children at their 34 acre campus. Available programs include art, cooking, leadership, outdoor adventure, science, and sports programs, as well as various general day camps.
The large towers that have welcomed seafarers to Thatcher Island since the 18th century, the Cape Ann Twin Lights, are the sole surviving multiple lights on any U.S. coast. Visitors can reserve free boat service to the island in summertime.
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Larz Anderson Park, Brookline, MA 2445 MoreLess Info
Larz Anderson Auto Museum houses the country's oldest collection of vintage automobiles which date back to early 20th century as well as multiple non-motorized transports such as authentic horse-drawn sleighs and carriages.