New Hampshire November 23, 2016
9 Legitimately Fun Things You Can Do In New Hampshire Without Spending A Dime
With the holiday season coming up, you’re likely to have some time off, and lots of friends and family in town. With all the expenses of travel and the holidays, everyone could use some free activities this time of year. Luckily, there are plenty of full of free things to do in New Hampshire that will give you plenty of fun, without spending a dime. Have a look.
1. Tour the Anheuser-Busch Brewery In Merrimack
Did you know that one of America's best loved beers is made right here in New Hampshire? You can tour the Brewery and even meet the Budweiser Clydesdales. Head to 221 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack.
2. Explore Andres Institute of Art, Brookline
The Andres Institute of Art is an outdoor art museum nestled in the Monadnock Valley. The sculptures are impressive and best of all, a visit is absolutely free. Just head to the entrance at 98 NH-13, Brookline.
3. Drive the Kancamagus Highway
Most people think of this as a summer activity, but the Kanc is still stunningly beautiful after the snow falls.
4. Hike At A New Hampshire State Park
New Hampshire's state parks are absolutely gorgeous during the winter, so dress warm and head out for a day of outdoor adventure.
5. Reach into the touch tank at Blue Ocean Discover Center in Hampton Beach.
You can get up close with lobsters, crabs and other Marine life at the Blue Ocean Discovery Center at 180 Ocean Bld. in Hampton Beach.
6. Tour the Statehouse in Concord
It may not sound like the most exciting thing, but touring the statehouse is a great way to learn about New Hampshire Art and history. Tours start from the statehouse at 107 North Main Street in Concord.
7. Walk the Urban Forestry Center in Portsmouth
The Urban Forestry center will teach you about all types of trees, and the unique setting that encompasses woods and wetlands is well worth a visit. Enter at 45 Elwyn Road, Portsmouth.
8. Get in touch with history at the Horatio Colony House and Museum in Keene.
See that life was like during the time of the settlers in this home filled with authentic furniture from days gone by. The property is open daily from dusk to dawn, and special events draw historical performers to the home. The colony is located at 199 Main Street in Keene.
9. Enjoy the art at the Currier Museum in Manchester.
Although there is normally an admission fee for the museum, New Hampshire residents get free admission on the second Saturday of each month if you arrive before noon. The museum is at 150 Ash Street in Manchester.
Who knew there were so many free things to do in New Hampshire?!