This Incredible Seacoast Museum In New Hampshire Is Perfect for A Summer Day Trip

One of the best parts of summer in New England is getting out on the water – particularly the ocean. We’re so blessed to have access to the seashore, but it’s not something we can take for granted. The health of the ocean is threatened by pollution, climate change, and more, and we in New Hampshire must take it upon ourselves to learn about these challenges and how we can combat them. A great first step is visiting the absolutely incredible museum in Rye that has dedicated itself to these issues, both through education and action. This is a perfect place for your whole family to visit this summer – and, as a bonus, it’s right on the water.

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You’ll find the Seacoast Science Center inside Odiorne Point State Park at 570 Ocean Boulevard, Rye, NH 03870. Visit their website to learn more and plan your visit!

Looking to further explore New Hampshire’s coastline? Consider this amazing kayak tour.