- TripBuzz found 56 things to do with kids in or near Londonderry, Vermont, including 51 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manchester, Ludlow, Arlington and Wilmington.
- From Magic Mountain to Viking Nordic Center, the Londonderry area offers 83 different types of family activities, including: Skiing & Snowboarding, Ziplines, Farms & Ranches and National & State Parks.
- Resting on Glebe Mountain, Londonderry is a well-known tourist town in Vermont. It is especially popular amongst ski and outdoor enthusiasts looking to take advantage of the snow and terrain. Lowell Lake State Park is also nearby offering year-round activities including gold panning, hiking, fishing, paddling, canoeing, snowkiting and bird watching.
A bowling center featuring 12 candlepin lanes, Bowling Acres offers open and league bowling along with private event hosting. The center provides arcade game machines and high-definition televisions along with a grill serving food, drinks and adult beverages.
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Bowerbird & Friends Antiques is a antique, garden, and gift shop that also has a small greenhouse in the corner. The shop sells antique china, furniture, hotel silver, vintage jewelry, and architectural artifacts.
Housed within a historic Baptist church, the Mariposa Museum of World Cultures features exhibits from several parts of the globe. The exhibits themselves are hands-on in nature with interactive activities, costumes, and crafts.
As a volunteer run museum, Monadnock Center for History and Culture showcases regional history with artifacts displayed in its exhibits. The center hosts arts and cultural classes like print making and English Country dance classes.
Located inside the historic Baptist Church building, the Mariposa Museum specializes in hands-on, family friendly exhibits and learning stations. Many of the museum's exhibits are geared to folk culture and local history, with special exhibits regularly rotated through as well.
Showing new movies with digital sound, Peterborough Community Theatre is an independent cinema housed in an historic theater, the oldest in the state. The theatre also shows classic movies during its Theme Weeks each month.
A sports complex, Humiston Field features a dual-use field for baseball and soccer along with basketball and volleyball courts that serve as a winter ice skating rink. It also offers a children's playground, bleacher seating and a snack bar.
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.