Take time out to expand your horizons by attending a performance at the Palace Theatres, a non-profit performing arts center. The 834-seat theatre, established in 1914 and housed in a historic building, offers a variety of performances, produced by, presented by, or presented at The Palace Theatre. Troupes include a professional company, youth theatre, and a teen program.
One of the first public parks in Manchester, dedicated in 1893, Stark Park continues to be a gathering place for members of the community. Take some time out for a picnic or enjoy an event at the restored bandstand.
See Science Center
Learning about science can be fun, especially when you head over to the See Science Center where you can enjoy a variety of hands-on exhibits, demonstrations, and let the child inside loose in the LEGO® Millyard Project — or participate in a workshop or educational mini-course.
McIntyre Ski Area
Billed as Manchester’s winter playground, McIntyre Ski Area is definitely worth checking out. Amenities at the resort include a ski shop, on site bar and grille, ski lessons, and of course the slopes where tubing, snowboarding, and skiing is available. Get your ticket or season pass soon.
Local area attraction — the SNHU Arena, home of a variety of sports events including hockey and baseball, concerts, touring events, and home shows. The area seats more than 10,000 and tickets for events can be purchased at the box office in person or through the Ticketmaster website.