Remember that we also have passes to the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire—just call to reserve a date.
Also, there is a paper copy of this list on the Parent/Educator's Shelf if you'd like to make a copy here.
Seacoast Kids Calendar http://www.seacoastkidscalendar.com/calendar/events/ for any new events—many of their options are free.
Seacoast Online http://www.seacoastonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=ENTERTAIN07 though more of their options are for adults, there are still some things for kids.
General ideas: http://attractions.uptake.com/new_hampshire/portsmouth/family/818466408.html for Portsmouth options if you’re heading in that direction.
http://www.lynnejoyce.com/seacoast-families-and-children/ for Seacoast options.
Beach: (Summer) Hampton Beach http://www.hamptonbeach.com/annualbeachevents.html fireworks, sand sculpting, music, and more. Free
Bowling: (Summer) Leo’s Super Bowl https://www.kidsbowlfree.com/center.php?alley_id=1714 for free bowling in Amesbury! Free
Camp/Community Center: Seabrook Community Center http://www.seabrooknh.org/Pages/SeabrookNH_Recreation/camp right here in town! Cheap
Movies: (Summer) Regal Cinema http://www.regmovies.com/summermovieexpress/default.aspx?zip=03874 for $1 movies in Newington. Cheap.
Museums: Children’s Museum of New Hampshire http://www.childrens-museum.org/cmnh2010/ With passes available here at the library. Cheap
Music, Theater, etc: (Summer) Prescott Park http://www.prescottpark.org/calendars.cfm at Prescott Park, Portsmouth. Free
Outdoors: Great Bay Discovery Center http://www.greatbay.org/events/index.htm outdoor family programming. Free
Outdoors: Seacoast Science Center http://www.seacoastsciencecenter.org/ tide pools, indoor activities, hiking trails and more. Cheap
Outdoors: Applecrest Farm http://www.applecrest.com/ A farm with hayrides, petting zoo, pick-y0ur-own, etc. Cheap…if you don’t get carried away!
Unusual: USS Albacore (submarine) http://ussalbacore.org/ Walk through a real submarine! Walking paths also. Cheap