10 Best Rainy Day Activities in New Hampshire!

Did your New Hampshire outdoor plans get canceled from the rain? Don’t be sad – take advantage of New Hampshire’s many rich historical and cultural activities to make your rainy day fun. From the Seven Birches Winery in Lincoln to the USS Albacore Museum in Portsmouth, here are the 10 best rainy day activities in New Hampshire.

USS Albacore Museum, Portsmouth, NH

The USS Albacore was a research submarine used to test various top-secret features. Today, the submarine is on display, and visitors can go inside to marvel at its high-tech capabilities. This educational exhibit will fascinate any war buff.

Seven Birches Winery, Lincoln, NH

Seven Birches is a must-visit winery for all adults. You’ll meet the owner on your tour who’s passionate about wine. The staff members will educate you on the various wines you try, and you may even discover a new favorite.

Wright Museum of WWII, Wolfeboro, NH

If you want to learn more about WWII, visit the Wright Museum – even war buffs may learn something they didn’t know before! The Wright Museum offers exhibits from various countries and landmarks of the war, including an entire section devoted to Anne Frank.

Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH

Currier Museum of Art offers beautiful artwork in a fascinating building. The museum is small, but you can see various pieces in a short amount of time. The lunch they serve at the museum is also tasty.

Settlers Green, North Conway, NH

Settlers Green is a popular outlet mall in the area that’s home to various well-known brands at bargain prices. It’s a great place to get deals on winter clothing and gear.

Anheuser- Busch Brewery Tours, Merrimack, NH

Are you more of a beer drinker than a wine-o? If so, you’ll love taking a tour of the Budweiser brewery. You’ll learn so much about brewing their beer and the brand’s long-standing history.

Red River Theatres, Concord, NH

Red River Theatres is the best place to watch a movie in New Hampshire. They show a variety of films, including old classics and international films. The seats are comfortable, and you can enjoy a beer while watching a movie.

Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, Dover, NH

Kids of all ages could spend hours at this museum. Here you’ll find a playground, various hands-on exhibits, and limitless activities. The museum offers an engaging learning experience that will make kids want to return.

SkyVenture, Nashua, NH

Who said you can’t have a sky-high adventure on a rainy day? SkyVenture offers indoor skydiving, surfing, rock climbing, and more. All of the classes are challenging and come with an amazing learning experience.

Explore the Ocean World Oceanarium, Hampton, NH

Explore the Ocean World is more than just your average aquarium. You’ll see so many sea creatures you typically don’t see. If you’re traveling with kids, they will especially love the touch tanks.

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