- Our list of the best things to do in Merrimack, New Hampshire, features the top 250 nearby activities — including 91 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Merrimack, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 8 things to do within the city of Merrimack, NH , followed by 242 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lowell, Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Haverhill, Londonderry, North Andover, Peterborough, Derry, Salem, Westford, Methuen, Hooksett, Lawrence, Andover, Chelmsford, Tewksbury, Fitchburg, Amherst, Billerica, Hollis, Wilton, Candia, Bartlett and Dracut
A Simon property, the Mall of New Hampshire is located in Manchester. The clean, airy design makes it pleasant to navigate the mall, even during busy times. The Mall of New Hampshire offers many fun children's programs, including photo opportunities with Santa and the Easter Bunny.
Spanning a total distance of 10-miles in length, the Joe English Reservation is a hiking trail that can also be used for hunting, mountain biking, and horseback riding. The trial was named after a Native American named Joe English.
An intimate setting is provided by the Tupelo Music Hall that hosts nationally-recognized musicians on a weekly basis. Along with headlining events, the hall has an Open Mic night and can be rented for private gatherings.
Seasons change, but Nashua's own Roby Park is the perfect spot to bring the family anytime of the year. With a zip line, playground, ice skating rink, two baseball diamonds, and a giant hill made for sledding, the park offers much to keep little ones busy as well as adults.
Visitors can enjoy a 10 screen movie theater that features stadium seating at O'neil Cinemas. This theater also features the new BigD Experience which is an auditorium with a wall to wall 78 by 35 feet screen with digital projection.
A 10-screen movie theater with stadium seating, Apple Tree Cinema displays first-run, feature films using digital projection. The theater features D-BOX motion seating and has a snack bar with food and drinks.