- TripBuzz found 149 things to do with kids in or near Durham, New Hampshire, including 140 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ogunquit, Hampton, Newburyport and Portsmouth.
- From Whittemore Center Arena to Jackson Landing Playground, the Durham area offers 114 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Sports Stadiums (Professional), Hiking Trails and Playgrounds.
- Home to the University of New Hampshire, the city of Durham is a popular college town, residential area and historic tourist destination. Home to many libraries, both modern and historical, the city strongly supports education. Visitors to the area can enjoy the city's many shops, eateries and scenic natural parks.
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194 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, NH 03253 MoreLess Info
The American Police Motorcycle Museum is devoted to chronicling the history of motorcycle policemen in the United States. They feature a collection of over 70 motorcycles dating back to the 1912, as well as a collection of uniforms.
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240 Barnstable Rd, Ste 28, South Portland, ME 4106 MoreLess Info
With hourly to weekly rates available, Brooksie's Kayak & Canoe Rentals provides a variety of watersport rentals, including paddleboards, canoes, single kayaks, and double kayaks. Visitors can take the equipment to Kettle Cove, Spurwink River, Shaw Park, and Highland Lake.
High Rock Park, Tower & Observatory features a 12 inch Meade telescope powerful enough to see the rings and moons of far-flung planets. The observatory welcomes visitors, and requests they make reservations.
Children of all ages are welcome at the Meredith Children's Museum in Meredith, New Hampshire. Babies and children in strollers are admitted without charge. Children love to explore the hands-on exhibits, but must be supervised at all times on the museum grounds.
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17 Howard Street, Saugus, MA 1906 MoreLess Info
A National Historic Landmark, the Historic New England Boardman House gives visitors a glimpse of 17th and 18th century life. Built in 1692, and relatively unaltered in the last 200 years, the house is a study in Colonial architecture.
Meredith Historical Society preserves local history through the development and preservation of a substantial collection of historical documents, artifacts, manuscripts and memorabilia. The society offers an annual schedule of cultural programs and routinely undertakes special projects.