South CommonHaverhill, NH, 03765Phone: 603-989-3167
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.
Twin Mountain Fish and Wildlife Center
Route 3Whitefield, NHPhone: 603-846-5108
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.
Warren Fish Hatchery and Education Center
Old Route 25Warren, NHPhone: 603-764-8593
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.
Mount Washington Observatory Resource Center
2936 White Mountain HighwayNorth Conway, NHPhone: 603-356-2137
Learn about Mount Washington and the weather observatory at its summit. Open year-round. Admission is free.
4 Christmas LaneBethlehem, NHPhone: 603-444-6228
A natural preserve, this area features hiking trails, picnic areas and educational programs. Other events are offered throughout the year. Open year-round.
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.