White Mountains is home to wildlife refuge, nature center, and more science fun
Museum of American Weather
Haverhill, NH, 03765
A museum dedicated to American weather. Of particular interest are exhibits devoted to four severe New England weather events: The blizzard of 1888, the 1938 hurricane, the Vermont flood in 1927 and a tornado that hit Worcester, Massachusetts. Open seasonally. Admission is free.
Tin Mountain Conservation Center
An activity-oriented nature center, scheduling lectures, trips and childrens programs in various locations throughout the Jackson area. Some programs will have a fee for participation.
Twin Mountain Fish and Wildlife Center
Visitors will find information on New Hampshire wildlife and fish. Exhibits feature videos, a hatchery, nature trails and a fish tank. Open May-October. Admission is free.
4 Christmas Lane
A natural preserve, this area features hiking trails, picnic areas and educational programs. Other events are offered throughout the year. Open year-round.
Mount Washington Observatory Resource Center
2936 White Mountain Highway
North Conway, NH
Learn about Mount Washington and the weather observatory at its summit. Open year-round. Admission is free.
Warren Fish Hatchery and Education Center
Old Route 25
Visitors may tour the hatchery. Interactive exhibits focus on local wildlife management and habitats, as well as the life cycle of the Atlantic Salmon. Open May - October. Admission is free.