Expert Travel Advice to New Hampshire

Top Answers To New Hampshire Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    While we love a challenge here at Away.com Answer Central, the brain trust probably needs a little more info to help you out here. It's not like there's a single road linking these two very varied New England states. Assuming you are sticking to the main interstates, I'd say you're looking at lots of watery attractions along the NH Seacoast (the Portsmouth/I-95 corridor) and up toward Portland, ME, Bar Harbor (including Acadia National Park), and inland toward Bangor, ME (including nearby Baxter State Park and imposing Mount Katahdin). If you're outdoorsy at all, you'll find plenty to do, ranging from sea kayaking to biking to hiking to skiing in winter.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    You might try the Boston Express, which offers regular service between Manchester and Beantown. Trip takes just under two hours each way. http://www.bostonexpressbus.com
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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:
    There is a children's museum in Dover that is appropriate for kids of all ages. You can check out their website here (http://bit.ly/ii5Qg1) for directions and hours.

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