- Our list of the best things to do in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, features the top 111 nearby activities — including 56 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bethlehem, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Winter Activities.
- The results below include the top 6 things to do within the city of Bethlehem, NH , followed by 105 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lincoln, Franconia, St. Johnsbury, Waterville Valley, Bartlett, Littleton, Whitefield, Bretton Woods, Jefferson, Gorham, Bath, Jackson, Mount Washington, Conway, East Burke and North Conway
As an early landmark in American history, Endicott Rock is a carved rock that features the signatures of the early settlers from the Massachusetts Bay Colony from the 1600s. The rock has a large Native American sculpture on top.
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928 White Oaks Road, Laconia, NH 3246 MoreLess Info
Owned by the same family for over 200 years, the Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center provides educational programs for classrooms as well as guided tours for visitors. The house and grounds are also available for weddings and other events.
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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East Wheelock St, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755 MoreLess Info
Designed by famed architect Wallace Harrison, the Hopkins Center for the Arts is the artistic center of the Dartmouth College campus. It is a film and performing arts venue that welcomes nationally and internationally touring performers.
Playing the latest film releases, Bijou Cineplex 4 has screenings with digital projection and surround sound. It offers a special birthday package that includes pizza, soda, snacks, cupcakes, a party room, and a movie screening.
A one and a quarter-mile in-town walking loop, the Androscoggin Brunswick-Topsham Riverwalk offers a variety of walking trails and paths suitable for jogging or simply strolling. The Riverwalk is dog-friendly, and has benches along its length.
Showcasing 19th century life in Morristown, the Noyes House Museum features 17 room and barn exhibits featuring furniture, art, clothing, photographs and tools of daily life. The federal-style brick mansion was converted to a Victorian estate in the late 1800s.