Wonderful places to go with kids in New Hampshire
Field Trip ideas for Homeschoolers in NH
Annotated links of interesting places to take your homeschool family. From NHHR.
Things To Do in New Hampshire
Looking for something to do in New Hampshire or a few NH field trip ideas? We have the perfect solutions for your family or students! Below is an extensive list of things to do in NH that can be done any time of the year alone or with your family. Some of the topics for things to do here in New Hampshire are links to our trip reports. Others are simple lists that have been compiled with important information about things to do in New Hampshire.
Christa McAuliffe Planetarium
Come where day magically becomes night. Simply choose one of the shows and in just one hour you’ll take an extraordinary voyage into astronomy.
3 Institute Dr.
(603) 271-STAR (7827)
New Hampshire’s Space Science & Aerospace Hot Spots
Travel New Hampshire’s highways and back roads discovering our aeronautic history, educational opportunities and fun events. Each location on this map involves something to do, see, or learn about. Young people encouraged to send photos of themselves at these spots.
American Independence Museum
Your students will experience history through exciting, hands-on informative workshops and programs designed for all grade levels. All workshops and programs were created to meet New Hampshire curriculum standards and are taught by trained museum teachers.
One Governors Lane
Exeter, NH 03833
164 Water Street
Exeter, NH 03833
Built by a Native American Culture or a migrant European population? No one knows for sure. A maze of man-made chambers, walls and ceremonial meeting places, America’s Stonehenge is most likely the oldest man-made construction in the United States (over 4000 years old).
105 Haverhill Road
Salem, NH 03079
Parker`s Maple Barn
Our Sugar House is in full operation March until mid-April every year. Please call us to make sure that Mother Nature provided us with enough maple sap to run the Sugar House. We make maple syrup the old fashioned way, with a wood fire.
1316 Brookline Rd.
Mason, NH 03048
Nature & Outdoors
Beaver Brook Association
Field trips for schools, homeschool groups, scouts and other organizations on various environmental topics such as: Native American Woodland People, Forest Ecology, Wildlife of New England, Tracking, Habitat Quest, Discover Fall (and all the other seasons), Ponding, Bats & Owls, and Geology to name a few.
117 Ridge Road
Hollis, NH 03049
We have excellent educational programs and field trips that would be perfect for homeschooling families. We are a 180 acre farm consisting of over 200 species of animals ranging from traditional agricultural animals to North American wildlife.
774 High Street
Sargent Center for Outdoor Education
Educational programs and conference site. We encourage those interested to contact Kelly Meyer to arrange a tour and meet her staff.
36 Sargent Camp Road
Hancock, NH 03449
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
Our mission is to enhance understanding of NH ecology. We boast a beautiful 3/4 mile trail with interactive animal exhibits, geared for hands-on learning. We offer homeschool programs throughout the year as well.
23 Science Center Road
Holderness, NH 03245
A developmental program designed to foster creativity, imagination, and independent play in the great outdoors. Founded by a pediatric occupational therapist, our camps take nature programming to the next level! We give children the right combination of space and resources to build, create, and explore nature – while nurturing child development at the same time.
535 Scruton Pond Road
Barrington, NH 03825
Science & Technology
SEE Science Center
Interactive science & technology exhibit areas for all age groups. Science discovery areas for young children. Inventors workshops for youth. Teleconferencing/long distance learning capabilities. Resource rooms containing print and electronic science education materials.
200 Bedford Street
Manchester, NH 03101