- Our list of the best things to do in Holderness, New Hampshire, features the top 130 nearby activities — including 58 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Holderness, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Holderness, NH , followed by 127 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lincoln, Wolfeboro, Meredith, Laconia, Gilford, Waterville Valley, Moultonborough, Tamworth, Weirs Beach, Bristol, Plymouth, Tilton, Campton, Chocorua, Conway, Rumney and North Conway
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51 Zapora Drive, Hooksett, NH 03106 MoreLess Info
Featuring a 5,000-square-foot laser tag arena, Space Entertainment Center also provides bumper cars along with pool and air hockey tables. The center offers private event hosting, arcade and redemption games and a grill with food and drinks.
The Union Arena Community Center hosts six months of winter ice-sports, including hockey, curling, figure skating, public skates and tournaments for children to adults. Summer activities include field hockey, soccer, baseball, and lacrosse. Concessions and party rentals are available.
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67 North High St. (Route 302), Bridgton, ME MoreLess Info
The Rufus Porter Museum and Cultural Heritage Center is a collection of the works of artist and inventor Rufus Porter. The museum offers murals, paintings and educational material related to Mr. Porter as well as a few other New England artists.
The Union Arena Community Center offers visitors the chance to go skating. The location also offers athletes of all ages the chance to play a game of hockey in Youth Hockey, Adult A, Adult B, and Adult C Coed leagues.
Visitors can learn about the life and the works of artist and inventor Rufus Porter at the Rufus Porter Museum. This museum contains the largest selection of Porter miniatures and the only known image of Rufus Porter.
Established in 1969, the Algonquin Indoor Tennis Center Inc is a non-profit organization dedicated to the sport of tennis. The tennis center contains two heated indoor courts, a lounge, and locker rooms for both men and women.
Composed of 66 acres of fields, woodlands and wetlands, Pondecherry Park has bridges and boardwalks as well as walking trails spanning two miles. The park is home to wildlife and the Kneeland Spring and has an educational amphitheater.