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Visitors can explore the region of Newcastle on motorized Segways through Seacoast Segway Tours. The guide is experienced with the Segways and provides tips to visitors for operating it. He also explains the history of the region during the tour.
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10 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH 3801 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to telling the stories of African American history in New Hampshire, the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail offers 24 points of interest in the commmunity of Portsmouth. Educational programs and talks are also offered throughout the year.
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1 Red Hook Way, Pease International Tradeport, Portsmouth, NH 3801 MoreLess Info
Red Hook is known as one of the first craft breweries on the market and has a large assortment of beers including seasonal varieties. It is available in draught or bottles and is distributed nation-wide.
At the Seacoast Science Center, visitors can play on a playground, take nature walks, and see four lighthouses. Visitors can also participate in educational programs to help them understand sea life better with most programs being geared to children.
The Governor John Langdon House is a historical site in which signer of the United States Constitution John Langdon once lived. Visitors to the mansion can expect a guided tour as well as access to a variety of rotating exhibits.
Lafayette Park is a neighborhood park offering a number of recreational amenities for the use of those who visit. Basketball courts, playground areas, tennis courts, baseball fields, and a skate park are among the facilities available.
Explore the history of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, from the 1600s to 1954, at the Strawberry Banke Museum. The 10-acre outdoor museum with costumed interpreters offers 42 historic buildings on their original foundations.
Visitors are introduced to the Portsmouth Harbor Trail with a one-hour guided tour exploring the history of the Portsmouth Area. The trail begins in Market Square and winds past boutiques, shops and homes, including several historic landmarks and buildings.