Things to Do in Nashua, NH

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40.4 Miles
93% 247 votes
Beaches Gloucester, MA MoreLess Info
Located along the Annisquam River and Ipswich Bay, Wingaersheek Beach offers almost no waves so is often preferred by families with small children. The beach has a concession stand , rest rooms and showers.
40.4 Miles
100% 4 votes
Nature & Wildlife Areas Bayview Road, Dover, NH MoreLess Info
Situated on 400 acres, Bellamy River Wildlife Sanctuary offers visitors wetlands, creeks, rivers, and woodlands to explore. The sanctuary lets visitors hunt for turkey and other birds during the appropriate seasons.
40.6 Miles
100% 2 votes
Sports Facilities/Fields Birch Street, Quincy, MA 2171 MoreLess Info
Spanning 4.5-acres of land, Cavanagh Stadium is a recreational stadium that supports activities including football, basketball, and running. The stadium was created to commemorate that life of Staff Sargeant Charles Cavanagh.
40.7 Miles
100% 1 votes
Skating Rinks 11 Unquity Road, Milton, MA 2186 MoreLess Info
Open December through March for hockey events and open skating, Ulin Memorial Rink is an outdoor ice skating facility. Public skating is the centers largest draw and invites skaters of all ages and skill levels to take to the ice.
40.8 Miles
95% 40 votes
History Museums Kearsarge Mountain Road, Warner, NH MoreLess Info
Visitors to the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum in Warner, New Hampshire enjoy intriguing displays of Native American art, clothing, weapons and other items used by members of nearby First Nations. The most popular exhibits include intricate feathered headdresses, woven baskets and beaded items.
40.8 Miles
25% 4 votes
Nature & Wildlife Areas Adams Street, Milton, MA 02186 MoreLess Info
Governor Hutchinson's Field is a natural preserve that contains a sunken wall called a ha-ha that prevents livestock from crossing. The site also has views of the city of Boston from the top of Milton Hill.
40.9 Miles
100% 55 votes
Parks 481 Western Avenue (Route 127), Gloucester, MA 01930 MoreLess Info
A 600-acre nature reserve, Ravenswood Park offers local historical relics including Native American artifacts and structures built by early settlers. It provides 10 miles of trails and paths along with areas for picnics, bird watching and cross-country skiing.
41.0 Miles
- 1 votes
Playgrounds E Elm St & Quincy Shore Drive, Quincy, MA 2170 MoreLess Info
The Wollaston Beach Playground has a beach-side view of the Quincy Shore and features a covered seating area, picnic tables, a toddler playground area with slides and rubber floor, an older play area with slides rubber floor and swings.
41.1 Miles
92% 36 votes
Whale Watching Tours Rye Harbor State Marina, Rye, NH 03870 MoreLess Info
Whale-watching excursions led by Atlantic Whale Watch depart regularly from New Hampshire's Rye Harbor. The company also conducts chartered fishing expeditions in the Atlantic Ocean. Call or email Atlantic Whale Watch to make reservations.
41.1 Miles
93% 187 votes
Historic Buildings Canterbury, NH MoreLess Info
An historic village centred on the life of the Shaker community, the Canterbury Shaker Village offers guided and self-guided tours, along with the Power House Family Activity Centre with hands-on workshops for children and parents. The extensive grounds offer walking opportunities.
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