- Our list of the best things to do in Nashua, New Hampshire, features the top 293 nearby activities — including 107 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Nashua, 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 20 things to do within the city of Nashua, NH , followed by 273 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lowell, Manchester, Concord, North Andover, Haverhill, Londonderry, Derry, Salem, Fitchburg, Lexington, Westford, Methuen, Leominster, Hooksett, Merrimack, Andover, Lawrence, Billerica, Burlington, Chelmsford, Tewksbury, Lincoln, Amherst, Hollis, Woburn, Wilton, Candia, Peterborough, Dracut and Marblehead
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410 South Street, Randolph, MA 02368 MoreLess Info
Randolph Paintball Indoor Outdoor Fields & Supply has five fields for playing paintball, including a woods course and a netted course for full observation. They also have a course which simulates a Lord of the Rings fortress.
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2 Canton Street, Stoughton, MA 2072 MoreLess Info
A fine art gallery that offers decor for private homes and businesses, the Henson Jackson Art Gallery & Framery offers a variety of art-related services. The gallery maintains a large collection of paintings, photographs, and sculptures for sale.
The Old Colony YMCA is a community center and organization primarily specializing in programs for children, young adults, and families. They host summer day camps and sponsor local swim teams and tumbling groups among other activities.
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807 Washington Street, Stoughton, MA 2072 MoreLess Info
Featuring regularly rotating exhibits, South Shore Performing Arts Center has performing arts classes and an art gallery for visitors to enjoy. Visitors can enroll in classes like Japanese bookbinding, digital photography, and watercolor painting.
Located on over 180 acres of land, the Franklin Town Forest is a forest preserve that is popular among local nature enthusiasts. Visitors commonly enjoy hiking, biking, or walking through the preserve's many trails.
The historic home of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder and leader of the Christian Science movement, the Mary Baker Eddy Historic House offers guided tours as well as a museum that showcases archives, artifacts, and a variety of other materials.