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A charter fishing service, Seafari Charters & Marine Services leads deep sea fishing expeditions in the Portsmouth area for anywhere between one and twenty guests. The service also offers scuba diving trips.
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Named after General John Stark, the Fort Stark State Historic Site is a fort originally built to protect Portsmouth Harbor. Available activities include a tour of the visitor center, informational trails, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and bird watching.
Located in Attleboro, Massachusetts, the Capron Park Zoo features approximately 100 animals in its menagerie. Some of the animals at the zoo include the kangaroo sloth bear, lemur and lion. Educational programs are also featured at the facility.
Located in a historic building built in 1864, The Red Door Pottery Studio is a pottery workshop and gallery open to the public. The studio also offers a collection of local jewelry, prints, and pottery available for purchase.
Located in Cumberland, Rhode Island, Monastery Park features trails for jogging and walking. Once home to a Cistercian monastery, the grounds now have become a home to Cumberland's library, gardens and playgrounds.
Renamed and repaired in 1791, Fort Constitution was used during the war of 1812, and to train military units during the Civil War. The Fort Constitution Historic Site now provides a glimpse of that past through walking trails, the fort, and a lighthouse on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean.
The Moira Walsh Gallery is a contemporary art gallery featuring works from a number of local and national artists. The gallery is host to many exhibitions throughout the year, displaying a wide variety of artwork.