- Our list of the best things to do in Exeter, New Hampshire, features the top 267 nearby activities — including 109 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Exeter, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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Once the home of the founder of the Christian Science religion, Mary Baker Eddy Historic House organizes tours through the significant landmarks of her life. The exhibits showcase artifacts like historical documents, paintings, and photographs that depict her life.
Featuring 24 candlepin lanes, Leo's Super Bowl Inc offers open and league bowling along with private event hosting. The center provides a projection television, arcade game machines, shoe rental, bumpers and two meeting rooms.
A working museum, Lowell's Boat Shop is also a National Historic Landmark that has been in operation since 1793. The shop is dedicated to the craft of building wooden boats, and hosts an apprentice program and other educational events.
Atlantic Queen II Deep Sea Fishing offers activities on their 80' long ship like fishing and whale watching, as well as charters. Fishing trips last a half or full day, and children under 12 fish free with an adult.
Whale enthusiasts flock to Granite State Whale Watch, Inc., a touring company heaquartered in Rye, New Hampshire. Tourists regularly encounter humpback whales, pilot whales, right whales and many other fascinating marine species.
Serving the Merrimack River and Newburyport Harbor areas, Captain Ed's Sailing offers sailing excursions that tour the region's islands and landmarks by water. The captain is knowledgeable about sailing and teaches visitors how to sail the boat.