- TripBuzz found 231 things to do with kids in or near Derry, New Hampshire, including 221 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lowell, Manchester, Newburyport and Nashua.
- From Don Ball Park to Town of Derry Dog Park, the Derry area offers 112 different types of family activities, including: Amusement Parks (All Ages), Movie Theaters, Theaters and Dog Park.
- The birthplace of America's first astronaut, Alan Shepard, the town of Derry is often referred to by locals as 'Spacetown'. Famed poet Robert Frost also resided in the quaint residential community that offers a rich heritage that is highlighted in the towns historical points of interest. Visitors also enjoy nearby shopping and scenic recreational hiking and walking trails.
As one of the most popular movie theaters in the area, the Derry Five Star Cinemas offer a premier film experience. The theater offers 12 screens, digital sound, high back rocking seats and a full service concession stand.
With an outdoor arena for horseback riding, Hidden Pond Farm & Stables covers 40 acres of woodland. The farm organizes horseback rides through the surrounding trails. Visitors can also board their horses here for a flat rate.
A 95,000-square-foot sports complex, SportsZone features courts for basketball, volleyball and dodgeball along with turf fields for field hockey, soccer and other field sports. It also offers sports lessons and leagues, a climbing wall and batting cages.
The historic home of poet Robert Frost is not the Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site. Guided tours provide insight into the poet's family and writing life, and a self-guided tour is available through the grounds.
Live music, drama and dance is performed at Stockbridge Theater. Acrobatics, holiday music, Broadway performers and more are enjoyed by audiences. Student performances are also held, highlighting the Pinkerton Chorus, Band and Dance programs, as well as the Pinkerton Players.
Hidden Valley Golf Park features a regulation 18-hole golf course as well as an executive course for more advanced players. The 800-acre park also offers on-site campgrounds, annual special events and walking trails.