- Our list of the best things to do in Manchester, New Hampshire, features the top 164 nearby activities — including 53 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Manchester, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 25 things to do within the city of Manchester, NH , followed by 139 popular activities in nearby cities, including Nashua, Concord, Haverhill, Londonderry, Derry, Salem, Methuen, Hooksett, Merrimack, Lowell, Amherst, Lawrence, Hollis, Wilton, Candia, Bartlett, Lee, Westford, Exeter, Dracut and Henniker
The sprawling Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire has an impressive collection of paintings, drawings, etchings, stone sculptures, jewelry and furniture. The admission price includes a complimentary self-guided audio tour.
Manchester, New Hampshire's Livingston Park serves adults and children in the community. It features a running track, soccer field, a splash pool and a large splash pool for children. It also hosts sports games on its athletic field.
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.
To participate in one of the nation's favorite pastimes, guests head to the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The stadium hosts events such as charity races, offers weekly Fisher Cats games in season, and has a wide array of concessions.
Manchester's SEE Science Center is a hands-on science museum for children and teens. The organization is dedicated to helping children learn about the natural sciences through interactive play and object manipulation.
Sports fans and music lovers come to the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire for thrilling athletics and pulse-pounding concerts. It is also a frequent concert venue of the Boston Pops Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Keith Lockhart.
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.