Expert Travel Advice to New Hampshire

Top Answers To New Hampshire Travel Questions

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    is their a aquirium?
    Anonymous user answered:
    There is no one aquarium, but there are lots of attractions like zoos that offer smaller aquarium sites. There is a science center that is similar to an aquarium that offers info and knowledge on sea creatures. http://bit.ly/bFoNvO
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Try taking them to Story Land. It's sure to capture your child's interest. There are themed rides and shows, story book characters, and original play areas. Another spot I'd consider is Clark's Trading Post. There are trained North American Black Bears, a working railroad to ride, and numerous rustic American things to see and play with. Visit both sites at http://www.clarkstradingpost.com/ and http://www.storylandnh.com/. For more ideas, check out our Family Attractions page.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Not sure if I'm too late but... York, Maine is just over the border and I've seen people walking dogs there before. Might check if it's only certain hours or times of the season before you go though. We were staying at Short Sands.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Check out the seasonal deals at Waterville Valley, which offers lodging/ski packages at very affordable rates. Lots to do here besides skiing, including snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sleigh ride, and ice-skating. Waterville Valley also has excellent ski school and child-care programs: http://www.visitwatervillevalley.com/seasonal-packages/ A bit more upscale, but the Balsams at Dixville Notch has its own ski hill, plus other winter activities like snowshoeing, cross-country, and skating. The resort's Grand Adventure Winter Plan combines lodging with unlimited skiing and other equipment rentals starting at $149 mid-week or $169 weekends per person. Not a bad deal, plus you get breakfast and dinner with this. Info at: http://www.thebalsams.com/packages_and_specials/winter

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