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    A database of cool places to GO
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  • Children's Museum of Portsmouth
    Hands-on exhibits, special events and workshops in historic Old South Meeting House. Admission. 280 Marcy St. Portsmouth. 603-436-3853. MAP

  • Fuller Gardens
    Lovely turn-of-the-century formal gardens including an All-American Rose display garden, perennials, All-American Award Winning annuals, a Hosta display garden, a conservatory greenhouse and a Japanese garden. Admission. 10 Willow Ave., just off Route 1A. North Hampton. 603-964-5414. MAP

  • New Hampshire Farm Museum, Inc.
    Self guided & guided tours of 1800's living farm with animals. Artifacts, special summer events on two sites. Tues. - Sat. 10am - 4pm, Sun. Noon - 4pm. Open June - Labor Day. P.O. Box 644, RTE 125 (formally RTE 16), Plummer's Ridge, Milton. Call 603-652-7840 for more information. MAP

  • Odiorne Point State Park/Fort Dearborn
    Footpaths and picnic areas along ocean and Little Harbor. Abandoned WWII era bunkers on site. Boat launch, cross country skiing. On Route 1A. Rye. Parking fee. 603-436-1552 for State Park info. MAP

  • Sandy Point Discovery Center
    50 acre site, boardwalk, self-guided nature tour of natural and cultural history of Great Bay. Access to mud flats. Indoor exhibits. Depot Road, off 101. Stratham. N.H. Dept. of Fish and Game. 603-778-0015. MAP

  • Science and Nature Center at Seabrook Station
    Hands-on exhibits, picnic area, marine aquariums, nature trail and guided bus tours. Free. Route 1. Seabrook. 1-800-338-7482. MAP

  • Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne Point State Park
    Educational programs, hands-on exhibits, historic and nature walks, children's programs. Admission for certain programs. Parking fee. Rye. 603-436-8043. MAP

  • Turnkey Recyling & Environmental Enterprises Visitor Center
    Educational exhibits and tours of modern recycling facility. Rochester Neck Rd. Rochester. Free. Call for more info. 603-330-0217. MAP

  • Urban Forestry Center
    Nature trails, arboretum, kid's garden, garden for the senses (handicapped accessible), herb and perennial gardens, historic house, educational programs. Free. Donations suggested for some programs. Elwyn Rd. Portsmouth. 603-431-6774. MAP

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