New Hampshire’s Seacoast.

New Hampshire’s Seacoast

If you’re looking for classic New England charm mixed with laid back, east coast vibes, New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region is the perfect embodiment of the Live Free mindset.
With 18 miles of coastline, state beaches, concert venues, and boardwalks, you can spend a long weekend taking surf lessons or lounging at the beach. Venture into Downtown Portsmouth, where you’ll find a steady mix of modern and historic flair. Whether you want to travel back in time on a stroll through Strawbery Banke, or dance along to a free concert in Prescott Park during the summer months, the Seacoast will end up becoming one of your favorite New Hampshire destinations. From cobblestone-lined streets and historic buildings to water front dining and local breweries, the Seacoast is quite literally a breath of fresh air.

Other great places to visit are the Fuller Gardens in Rye, where you can smell the roses at this turn-of-the-century estate garden, and the educational Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne Point State Park. And the kids will delight in a day spent at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire in Dover, offering two levels of hands-on, interactive exhibits.

For more information on traveling in the Seacoast region, please visit our Seacoast Region Chambers of Commerce.

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