- Our list of the best things to do in Londonderry, New Hampshire, features the top 261 nearby activities — including 95 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Londonderry, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
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Spanning over 560 acres, the Horse Hill Nature Preserve is a natural space that offers a variety of activities for visitors. Visitors can ski, snowmobile, ride horses or bicycles, or hike through the diverse areas of the preserve.
A children's entertainment center, Bobo's Indoor Playground offers playground equipment, slides, a bounce house, play kitchen and other areas suitable for children. Parties with food and a frog mascot are available as well as bounce house rental and delivery.
Manchesterâ€™s MerchantsAuto.com Stadium is a baseball stadium that hosts the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The stadium hosts all of the teamâ€™s home games, and runs a variety of specials and promotions throughout the season.
To participate in one of the nation's favorite pastimes, guests head to the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The stadium hosts events such as charity races, offers weekly Fisher Cats games in season, and has a wide array of concessions.
Home to a minor league baseball team, NH Fisher Cats Baseball has a 6,500 seat stadium to watch home games at. The concession stands serves classics like hot dogs and pizzas, and are known for serving chowder and seafood.
Situated on 76 acres, Derryfield Park is located next to the Weston Observatory, which was built in the late 1800s. The park offers a children's playground, walking trails and facilities for soccer, baseball, football and tennis.
Sports fans and music lovers come to the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire for thrilling athletics and pulse-pounding concerts. It is also a frequent concert venue of the Boston Pops Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Keith Lockhart.