There you'll find a seasonal outdoor beer garden, function rooms, and a beer paraphenilia-filled Gift Shop.You'll also find all their famous ales and a restaurant serving pub-style food.Stroll New Hampshire's Oldest Neighborhood Portsmouth is home to New Hampshire's oldest neighborhood and some of the oldest homes in the state.Many of the historic structures can be found on the streets surrounding Strawbery Banke, but if you want a total history experience, we highly recommend visiting the living museum.There are many attractions here, including the 1940's style boardwalk of Hampton Beach.But slip off the "beaten path," and you'll discover some of the "other" great things that this region has to offer.It was attacked in 1774 in the first battle of the American Revolution.The ruins of the fort, which is found on the grounds of the U. Coast Guard Station, also contains the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse.
The winery invites visitors to explore the vineyards, and stop in the Tasting Room to browse through 15 varieties of wine. Garden Gawking Fuller Gardens, located in North Hampton is a gardeners paradise.See the Wagon The 130-acre Wagon Hill Farm on Route 4 in Durham offers sweeping views of the fields next to the old wagon atop the hill. The property features well marked trails leading to a nicely developed waterfront with picnic tables and swimming in Little Bay.The farm itself was preserved by the residents of Durham. The site is also popular with cross-country skiers and sledders during winter months.The estate is the home of over 2,000 rosebushes, perennial borders, hundreds of tulips, dozens of dahlias, a conservatory, and a Japanese Garden.