Explore the rich cultural and historical heritage of Plymouth while enjoying the outdoor experience in the area. Insider tips can help you appreciate Plymouth and its surroundings better.
Hike up the mountain and enjoy the spectacular view of the lakes. Rhino Bike Works has bicycles for sale, and they will advise you on the best fit for your activity, guide you on the best routes in Plymouth, and offer other support services. Consider exploring a ski terrain with 45 trails and a summit elevation of 2149 feet at the Tenney Mountain. Walk your dog, watch the kids play, ride a mountain bike, and commune with nature at the Langdon Park. Fantastic views of Plymouth from the lantern room of the 72 foot high Smeaton’s Tower will melt your heart.
This art institution presents poetry, theater, lecture series, comedy, music, and dance performances within Plymouth State University. The theatrical productions and films, comedy shows, and live concerts at the intimate venue at the Flying Monkey can make your visit memorable. Don’t forget to visit the Museum of the White Mountains to see a unique culture, history, and environmental legacy of the North Hampshire region.
Observing animals up-close at the Squam Lakes Natural Science Centre can help children develop a deeper understanding of the wildlife. The Polar Climbing walls of different levels of difficulty at the Polar Caves Park allows everyone to take up a challenge.