The Fish Ladder at Amoskeag Fishways
The Fish Ladder at the Amoskeag Fishways is a great way to entertain your whole family! The Amoskeag Fishways is located in the center of New Hampshire and is easy to get to from all NH points. The Amoskeag Fishways Fish Ladder is open all year round Monday through Saturday 9am to 5pm. The fish ladder is open everyday during the fish migration season (may and June).
The fish ladder is a man made structure that is made of 54 steps to provide means for migrating fish to get around the Amoskeag Dam in Manchester NH.. The Amoskeag Dam is a hydro-electric dam.
The Amoskeag Fishways offers guided tours of the fish ladder and the exhibits at the Amoskeag Fishways. They also offer school field trip programs. The Amoskeag Fishways has so much more to offer than just the Fish Ladder, like; All kinds of educational programs about everything from bats, bird feeding, Native Americans along the Merrimack River, recycling, energy conservation and much more!
The Amoskeag Fishways was built in 1995. PSNH entered into a partnership with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, the NH Audubon, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Together, they formed the Amoskeag Fishways Partnership.
Directions to Amoskeag Fishways / Fish Ladder
The Fish Ladder is located in Manchester, NH. Take exit 6 on Rt. 293, bear right heading toward the Amoskeag Bridge and take a right at the first set of lights onto Fletcher St.
If you need more information about the Amoskeag Fishways or the Fish Ladder in Manchester New Hampshire please visit the Amoskeag Fishways website.
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