Zoos, Aquariums, & Wildlife Parks in the State of New Hampshire

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Let’s go a little further north. Located in Rye, New Hampshire, the Seacoast Science Center is a Northern New England aquarium with a passion for educating visitors about the ocean, its inhabitants, and how to protect vulnerable marine life.
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Professional Aquarium Services in New Hampshire can install or perform cleaning and maintenance on your aquarium, for businesses or residential settings Aquarium deals in New Hampshire: 50 to 90% off deals in New Hampshire
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Related directory pages are highlighted below the New Hampshire retailer listings on this page. Links to aquariums & supplies retailer directory pages for adjacent states are provided at the bottom of the page. A New Hampshire street map link is also included there.Public aquariums make an ideal vacation destination or educational outing. This list covers public aquariums and exhibits located in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont.This non-profit aquarium is in a constant state of change, always innovating and offering something new every time you visit. It’s a great New Hampshire field trip destination and much like the other aquariums we’ve discussed, private parties and group visits are available features.Boston’s New England Aquarium opened in 1969. That was a year before I was born and three years before my family moved to New Hampshire. I can’t really say when I first visited because it has just always been there as a place to go and look at ocean life.The New Hampshire Aquarium Society meets at Somersworth high School in room 110. The school is located just off of route 9 in the town of , NH. If you come via route 16, the Spaulding Pike, get off at exit 9 and head East on route 9. Once you get through all the stores and such and into the more residential area you will see a Farms convenience store on your right. Shortly after that there is a blinking yellow light. Turn left at the light onto . Memorial Dr. winds around through the school athletic fields. The school will be on your left. Go to the end of and at the stop sign turn left. Go about a thousand feet and there is an entrance on the left. Turn into the entrance and then turn left into the parking area.Tony LaCasse, spokesman for New England Aquarium - and a New Hampshire native - said naming the new octopus after Montgomery was "an absolute no-brainer."