The City of Atkinson, NH
Atkinson is a small town in the state of New Hampshire. The largest nearby city to Atkinson is Boston, approximately 27 miles from the city center.There are several family restaurants in or near Atkinson, including Stillwell's Ice Cream, Cherry Village Pizza Restaurant, Grampys Pizzeria, Halligan's Grille and Pub and Atkinson Resort & Country Club- The. For a larger selection of Atkinson restaurants select our Restaurants tab above. Visitors and residents can enjoy nearby Atkinson Golf Courses, Amusement Parks, Museums and/or Ski Resorts, including the Canobie Lake Park, Hickory Hills Golf Course, Bradford Country Club, Atkinson Country Club & Resort and John Greenleaf Whittier Homestead. For a more complete list of attractions in or around the city of Atkinson please click on the Attractions tab above. The following 5 airports are located in or near Atkinson:
- Boston Logan Intl. Airport (BOS)
- Concord Municipal Airport (CON)
- Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT)
- Nashua Municipal Airport (ASH)
- Portsmouth Intl. Airport (PSM)
Atkinson, New Hampshire Attractions
118-hole Course at Apple Hill Golf Club - East Kingston,
The 18-hole Course at Apple Hill Golf Club is a 27 hole public golf course in Rockingham County New Hampshire. Built in 1981, this East Kingston course designed by Frank Colanton is open apr 1 to nov 30. For tee time information call the pro shop at 603-642-4414. The golf course dress code is as follows: Shirt and shoes required.
Address: 69 E Rd, East Kingston, NH 3827
2Abbot Hall (Marblehead, Massachusetts) - , Marblehead,
Abbot Hall is a town hall and historical museum located at 188 Washington Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts. It is open year-round, though with restricted hours in the colder months.
3Abiel Smith School - , Boston,
Abiel Smith School, founded in 1835, is a school located at 46 Joy Street in Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to the African Meeting House. It is named for Abiel Smith, a white philanthropist who left money in his will to the city of Boston for the education of black children. The city constructed the school building with Smith’s legacy. In 1835, all black children in Boston were assigned to the Smith school, which replaced the basement school in the African Meeting House.
4Addison Gallery of American Art - Andover,
The Addison Gallery of American Art, as a department of Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, is an academic museum dedicated to collecting American art. The museum's purpose is to acquire, preserve, interpret, and exhibit works of art for the education and enjoyment of local, regional, national and international audiences, including the students, faculty, and community of Phillips Academy, and other students, teachers, scholars, and the general public.
5African Meeting House - , Boston,
The African Meeting House, which is also referred to as First African Baptist Church or Belknap Street Church, was built in 1806 and is now the oldest black church edifice still standing in the US. It is located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts adjacent to the African American Abiel Smith School. It is a National Historic Landmark.
6Agganis Arena - Boston University - , Boston,
Agganis Arena is a 7,200-seat multi-purpose arena in Boston, Massachusetts.
7America's Credit Union Museum - Manchester,
America's Credit Union Museum is a museum that is situated in Manchester, New Hampshire, on the site of the first credit union founded in the US. The museum, at 418-420 Notre Dame Avenue, is housed at the original location for St. Mary’s Cooperative Credit Association, renamed in 1925 to La Caisse Populaire Ste.-Marie, or “Bank of the People”, St. Mary’s. In 1996, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the "Building at 418-420 Notre Dame Ave.
8American Independence Museum - Exeter,
The American Independence Museum is a museum that is situated in Exeter, New Hampshire. Its 1-acre campus includes the Ladd-Gilman House, a registered National Historic Landmark, and the Folsom Tavern.
9Amherst Country Club - Amherst,
The Amherst Country Club is an 18 hole public golf course in Hillsborough County New Hampshire. Built in 1962, this Amherst course designed by William F. Mitchell is open mar 15 to dec 15. Tee times are accepted up to 5 days in advance and the pro shop phone number for reservations is 603-673-9908. The golf course dress code is as follows: No tank tops or cutoffs.
Address: 72 Ponemah Rd, Amherst, NH 3031
10Applewood Golf Links - Windham,
The Applewood Golf Links is a 9 hole public golf course in Rockingham County New Hampshire. Built in 1993, this Windham course designed by Peter Chulack is open all year. Tee times are accepted by calling the pro shop at 603-898-6793. The golf course dress code is as follows: Shirt and shoes required.
Address: 55 Range Rd, Windham, NH 3087
Atkinson, New Hampshire Hotels
Atkinson, New Hampshire Restaurants
This is a list of Atkinson Family Restaurants with addresses and phone numbers, including Pizza Restaurants and Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Shops. Happy Dining!
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