Looking for something to do in the late Summer months in New Hampshire?
There are plenty of things to do! In August everyone in New
Hampshire is getting ready to send their kids back to school and
people start thinking about Fall, apple picking and heating their
homes, but for our tourists, the vacation season doesn't really end
until Labor Day Weekend. Check out our list of things to do in late
NH Farmer's Markets
vegetables and fruits at local farmer's markets
around the state of New Hampshire. Check out out
list of NH Farmer's
Buy Some Great books
Bookstore is located at 27 South Main Street in Concord. It is an independent bookstore
that has over 20,000 books in stock. They have
authors such as Julia Glass, Sara Gruen and
Janet Evanovich. And local authors like
The garden is
236 Old Hopkinton Road
in Concord NH. The outside garden has beautiful
perennial gardens, fields, ponds and woodlands.
has many original paintings, pottery, sculptures
Take in some art at
55 South Commercial Street.
See some great collections from talented
artists, photographers and designers.
Get a laugh at Double Midnight Comics
245 Maple Street in Manchester. Double Midnight Comics has a
variety of new and old comics, collectible
cards, games, action figures and magazines. For
comics, they offer Marvel, DC, Dark Horse and
Have a Drink!
Take a break from
all the summer activities and relax with a drink
at The Green Martini located at
6 Pleasant Street in Concord. They carry the best in beer, wines
and liquors. They have a great bar with a
separate dining area. The bar area is
artistically decorated in 1940’s movie theme.
Take in a play at the Peterborough
Players is located at 55 Hadley Road in the heart of Peterborough NH. The
professional theater opened in 1993. Since then,
they have performed over 300 various plays with
the works of greats such as Shakespeare, Mamet,
Beckett and Williams.
is located at
288 Shaker Road
Canterbury New Hampshire.
is an authentic Shaker community. It is really
amazing to see how the Shakers really lived.
It has over 25 buildings spread out over 600
acres of fields, gardens and mills,
Make Your Own Beer
At IncrediBrew, you
can make your own batch of beer, wine, champagne
or soda. The staff is experienced and walks you
through every step of the process. IncrediBrew
has been in business since 1995 and is the
oldest make-your-own-brewery in the United States. IncrediBrew can be
112 Daniel Webster Highway
The JFK Coliseum is
located at 303 Beach Street in Manchester. It opens in September and
closes in March. Public skating is $3.00 for
kids under 12 and adults are $5.00. Public
skating is available on Tuesday and Thursday
mornings and Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Take in a Concert
Wireless arena is located at 555 Elm Street in Manchester. The arena opened in 2001. The
arena hosts ice hockey games, concerts,
wrestling events and much more. The
seating capacity depends on the even but the
arena seats around 10,000 people. Some of
the events at the arena include Justin Bieber,
Professional Bull Riders, Jeff Durham, So You
Think You Can Dance Tour and trans-Siberian
Head to the Beach
There are still a
few warm days left of summer.
Hampton beach is
180 Ocean Boulevard
Hampton. Besides tanning
on the beach or swimming in the ocean, there is
so much more to do at the beach. You can take in
a free concert, head to the amusement park, eat
a piece of delicious pizza or shop for a
souvenir at the gift shop.
Go to a Concert
The Hampton Beach
Casino Ballroom is located at 169 Ocean Boulevard in Hampton. The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
hosts some of the biggest concerts such as Adam
Lambert, Saving Abel, Bret Michaels, Sevendust,
Eddie Money and The Black Crowes. The arena
holds 1,800 people for seated shows and 2,200
for non seated shows. There is a snack bar
onsite that has pizza, wings, sandwiches and
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
The NH Fisher Cats
Stadium is located at 169 South Commercial Street
Manchester. The NH Fisher
Cats are NH’s premier minor leaguer baseball
team. The stadium seats 6,500 people. In 2008,
2009 and 2010, the stadium was voted “Best
Sporting Venue to Take a Client” by the NH
Business Review and in 2008 and 2009, the
stadium was voted “Most Vegetarian Friendly
Ballpark in all of Minor League Baseball” by
Go to the
Drive-In Theater is located at 570 Elm Street in Milford. It is the only drive in located in
southern NH. Ticket prices are $20 per car with
a maximum of 6 people per car. There is a
concessions stand serving ice cream, popcorn,
drink and candy. There are two screens onsite.
Currently, they are showing movies such as
“Salt” and “The Last Airbender.”
Glow Bowl is located at 338 Amherst Street in Nashua. Leda’s is a great place to go bowling
because they offer Glow Bowling. Glow Bowling is
glow-in-the-dark candlepin bowling. Leda's
Lighthouse Glow Bowl has an awesome sound and
light system. The bowling alley is open everyday
of the week until midnight.
NH History Museum
Check out NH
History at the Museum
of NH History located at 30 Park Street in Concord. The museum showcases an extensive
collection of objects and archives preserving NH
history. The museum has paintings, furniture and
artifacts. It houses the original bald eagle
from the NH State House.
Head to the
There are many
in New Hampshire. One of them is Massabesic
Lake is located in both Manchester and
Auburn, NH. The lake
provides the drinking water for Manchester so swimming is
not allowed but fishing and boating are big
activities at the lake.
is another great place if you are looking to go
to the lake for the day. There are many things
to do. For more information, see our
Lake Winnipesaukee information.
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