- TripBuzz discovered 93 different types of activities for couples in the Peaks Island area, including Specialty Museums (like 5th Maine Museum), Art Gallery (like Richard Boyd Art Gallery), Kayaking (like Maine Island Kayak Company) and Theaters (like Carousel Music Theater), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 178 date ideas in or near Peaks Island, Maine, including 174 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, Saco, South Portland and Scarborough.
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Rte. 1, Portsmouth, NH MoreLess Info
Candlepin bowling is available along 28 lanes at the Champ's-Bowl-O-Rama Family Fun Center, which is open to the general public as well as bowling leagues. The facility also has a video game arcade, an on-site cafe, and private party areas.
Visitors can explore the region of Newcastle on motorized Segways through Seacoast Segway Tours. The guide is experienced with the Segways and provides tips to visitors for operating it. He also explains the history of the region during the tour.
The Marine State History Museum has over 500,000 artifacts in the history collection including the United States only viewable collection of Civil War Flags. Elsewhere in the museum, visitors can also see Maine's largest archaeological collection and natural history specimens dating back to 1830.
Local geological history of Maine is put on display at Sonny's Museum which features exhibits of prominent rock and gemstone specimens. There is even an extensive retail store where guests can purchase stones, fossils, and even semi-precious gemstone jewelry.
Visitors can learn the basics of horseback riding and horse care by taking private lessons at High Meadows Farms. Visitors can go on trial rides on the property, or simply check out the stables to see the horses.
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408 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH 3894 MoreLess Info
The Wolfeboro Area Recreation Association runs one of Wolfeboro's most respected recreation and sports play areas. Known by locals as The Nick the recreation area is home to seven playing fields, a running track and a walking path.
Old Fort Western was built in 1754, and is the oldest surviving wooden fort in America. Visitors can also see the James Howard that was inhabited by 1770, and the general store stocked with supplies sold by Howard to other settlers.