Located along the Androscoggin River in Coos County, Berlin is home to more than 10,000 people. Visit the city on a bus charter in Berlin, New Hampshire and see its various attractions.
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Learn more about Coos County and the city of Berlin when you visit the Moffett House, where the Berlin and Coos County Historical Society are headquartered, the society aims to teach visitors and residents about the history, contributions and culture of the city and the county via exhibits and displays.
Visit the Northern Forest Heritage Park, where you can see various events, including art exhibits, concerts and seminars. You could also check out what's happening at the St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts or hear the Music in the Great North Woods play.
Go to the Berlin Local Works Farmers Market where you can buy the freshest produce, crafts and other products. The farmers market is open on Thursday summer afternoons. You also have the local businesses here that sell everything from clothing to jewelry, to home furniture. Buy from Betty Dee Fashions, Greetings Jewelers, Maureen's Unique Boutique, Rumorz Boutique, the Market Place at 101, and Vintage Junkie, among many others.
You should also check out the best restaurants in the city, including Wang's Garden, Rivers Edge Take Out, Valley Creek Eatery LLC, Eastern Depot Restaurant, and Fagin's Pub.
Visit the St. Anne Church, which was built in the 1900s and sports a combination of Romanesque and late Victorian styles designed by MH Roy, as well as a well preserved interior. Then check out the Congregational Church that has a Stick Eastlake architecture that was constructed in the 1880s. This was the first church in the city. Meanwhile, Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church is an Eastern Orthodox Church, also known as the Russian Church. It was built in the 1910s and was designed by John Bergensen.
See the Mount Jasper Lithic Source. It is historically and archaeologically significant because of the abundance of rhyolite in the area, which Native Americans quarried. The site spans more than 38 acres. Meanwhile, you could also see the George E. Burgess School-Notre Dame High School, a former school building that was built in the 1900s and is well preserved as far as 20th century public school buildings are concerned. It is now used for senior housing. All of these sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Do check out the city's many parks, including Veteran's Memorial Park, Public Service Park, The Vodukis Park, Gill Park, and Tondreau Park. You can take the kids to play at the Community Field Playground, Hutchins Playground, Brown School Playground, and Marston Playground.
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