- 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
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.
J Todd Galleries was founded in 1980. They offer traditional or modern art, art appraisal services, art restoration, corporate art or custom picture framing and maintains one of the largest online art galleries in New England.
93% 14 votes
106 Central Street, Wellesley, MA 02481 MoreLess Info
The Davis Museum and Cultural Center's artworks date back to the 1800's and feature international art including paintings, sculptures, photographs and decorative objects. Located within the Wellesley College campus, visitors can explore the museum free of charge.
A restaurant, bar, and live music venue near the Wellesley College campus, Punch's Alley features regular beer and drink specials. The pub holds special themed event nights, as well, including Stoplight Pub Nite and gay themed nights.
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.
97% 29 votes
99 Warren St., Brookline, MA MoreLess Info
The Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site celebrates the nation's most known parkmaker. The pioneer of landscape design was the first to value the aesthetic appeal to large scale businesses and made a name for himself that way.
98% 308 votes
75 Eastern Point Blvd, Gloucester, MA 01930 MoreLess Info
The beauty of Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House is second to none. Overlooking Gloucester Harbor, the massive home was the summer home of the first known interior designer and contains a lifetime of keepsakes and curiosities.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Eastern Point Lighthouse offers beautiful ocean views. Although unable to tour the interior, there is lots to see including an historic bell. Access to a walking path is also available.