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Visit the Queen City on a Bus Rental in Manchester, New Hampshire

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Manchester, New Hampshire

Manchester is home to more than 110,000 people, making it the biggest city in the state of New Hampshire. It takes its name from Manchester in the United Kingdom, being the first industrialized city in the world. The city is located along the banks of Merrimack River and has been named at one of the best cities to live in as well as to start a business in. Forbes magazine also named the city as the cheapest city to live in the country.

See what makes people fall in love with the city when you visit on a bus rental in Manchester, New Hampshire.

A bus rental in Manchester, New Hampshire can accommodate anywhere from 24 people to 49 people in a group.

If you are traveling with a group, the only way to ensure that everybody is comfortable and relaxed is to get a bus rental in Manchester, New Hampshire.

A bus rental in Manchester, New Hampshire can ensure that you and your group are always comfortable, and can even have an onboard toilet, with the usual amenities such as an audio visual system and other trappings.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Check out the Manch Vegas Poker room where you can play different type of poker games and roulette.

Arts & Culture

Manchester, Arts & Culture

Manchester also has a burgeoning collective of young artists, because of the growth of several universities here, including the Southern New Hampshire University, the University of New Hampshire at Manchester, and the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Plus you have several arts and culture venues that you could go to.

The Currier Museum of Art on Ash Street has some of the finest American and European decorative arts, sculptures, paintings and photographs on display. You could find some artworks created by:

  • Alexander Calder
  • Andrew Wyeth
  • Claude Monet
  • Edwin Scheier
  • Frank Lloyd Wright
  • Georgia O'Keeffe
  • Henri Matisse
  • John Singer Sargent
  • Pablo Picasso

You can also go to the Franco-American Centre for some French related arts and culture programs.

If you love scouting, then visit the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum. The free museum contains many artifacts from the founder of scouting Baden-Powell, such as drawings and writings, as well as books.

Other museums you could go to in Manchester include:

  • America's Credit Union Museum, where the first credit in the country was founded
  • Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitors Center, a natural history museum related to the Merrimack River watershed
  • Aviation Museum of New Hampshire, where you could also find the New Hampshire Aviation Historical Society
  • Millyard Museum, which tells you more about the local history of the city and the Amoskeag Falls
  • SEE Science Center, a science museum

Further, check out the New Hampshire Institute of Art where you can find a variety of arts and culture events. There are also information sessions that you can attend to help you learn more about the arts.

You can also go to the Verizon Wireless Arena where you could catch a concert from some of the big names in music, as well as some sporting events. Meanwhile, the Palace Theater, on the other hand, is a historic theater that hosts a professional theater company and several programs. You could watch Broadway productions here, as well as musical shows and touring theater acts.

Lastly, Opera New Hampshire has been bringing affordable opera productions since the early 1960s. They also perform free operatic shows for kids.

Restaurants & Shopping

The restaurant scene in Manchester is where you could find delicious food no matter what your budget is. Plus, you get a world of flavors here.

The Gyro Spot serves the best Greek and American food in town, while the El Rincon Zacatecano Taqueria, Puerta Vallarta Mexican Grill, La Carreta Mexican Restaurant, and El Jimador have the best Mexican fare.

If you are looking for something light and inexpensive, go to Republic Cafe and Bistro, Bagel Cafe, or Cafe Momo. Or you can go to Mint Bistro for some great sushi. And if you are really hungry and just can't wait, you can check out Mr. Mac's Macaroni & Cheese. For inexpensive and delicious food, go the the Red Arrow Diner.

Looking to impress a date? Then head out to Hanover Street Chophouse for the best steaks in town. Meanwhile, Hooked Seafood Restaurant serves the freshest and most delicious seafood dishes. Mangia and Johnny Troy's Italian Specialties have the best Italian food.

You should also taste the pizzas at Alley Cat Pizzeria or Portland Pie Co., and the baked goodies at the Bakeshop On Kelley Street. Then save room for desserts at the Puritan Backroom.

Award winning restaurants abound here, too. Check out XO on Elm, Eleven 11 Bistro, Piccola Italia Ristorante, 900 Degrees, A Caribbean Affair, Athens Restaurant, Lala's Hungarian Pastry, Milly's Tavern Micro-Brewery and Restaurant, Shorty's Mexican Roadhouse, Strange Brew Tavern, Thousand Crane, Jerome's Deli and Circa 1906.

Other restaurants you should go to:

  • Billy's
  • Cactus Jack's
  • CafĂ© la Reine
  • Chez Vachon-West Side
  • Consuelo's Taqueria
  • Cotton
  • KC's Rib Shack Barbecue
  • Strange Brew Tavern
  • Taqueria la Guadalupana
  • The Bridge Cafe

Shopping. The city has more than 5 million sq. ft. of retail space and tax-free shopping. You can go to the Mall of New Hampshire with its 120 retailers and restaurants spread out in more than 930,000 sq. ft. of space. Anchors include Best Buy, JC Penney, Sears and Macy's. Nearby, you can shop along Willow Street, where you could shop from nationally known stores and small businesses. You could also shop at the lovely small boutiques downtown.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

The city offers visitors two great places to play a round of golf: Derryfield Country Club and Intervale Country Club.

If you are a fan of professional sports, you should know that Manchester is the only city in the entire state to host professional sports teams. Head out to Northeast Athletic Club to see the Amoskeag Rugby Football Club play, or see the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in action at the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. Manchester Wolves and the Manchester Monarchs play at the Verizon Wireless Arena, while you can go to the JFK Memorial Coliseum to watch the New Hampshire Roller Derby games.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The Zimmerman House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1950s. The house is now run as a museum and retains many of the original features that Wright has designed, including the fabrics, the concrete floor and the cypress woodwork.

Other historic houses in the city are:

  • Alpheus Gay House
  • Frank Pierce Carpenter House
  • Gen. John Stark House
  • Hill-Lassonde House
  • Roger Sullivan House
  • Thomas Russell Hubbard House
  • William Parker Straw House

Also part of the National Register of historic Places are the five worker housing district for the Amoskeag Millyard, designated only by letters, Districts A through E. You could also visit the Manchester City Hall. The early Gothic Revival structure was designed by Edward Shaw.

Then you have the Victory Park Historic District, which include Victory Park and the four buildings that faces the park: the Carpenter Memorial Library, 148 Concord Street (Manchester Institute of Arts and Science building), 129 Amherst Street (Manchester Historical Association building), and 111 Amherst Street, which used to be the post office. You could also find the Winged Victory Monument here.

Other historic sites that you could visit in Manchester include:

  • Building at 418-420 Notre Dame Ave.
  • Carpenter and Bean Block
  • Dunlap Building
  • Harrington-Smith Block
  • Hoyt Shoe Factory
  • Kimball Brothers Shoe Factory
  • New Hampshire State Union Armory
  • Old Post Office Block
  • Smith and Dow Block
  • Smyth Tower
  • St. George's School and Convent
  • Stark Park
  • Valley Cemetery
  • Varney School
  • Weston Observatory

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Manchester, Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city is home to many beautiful parks that give you a variety of recreational activities. For one, you can go to Lake Massabesic, where you could go boating, have a picnic, or get on the biking and hiking trails. There is the McIntyre Ski Area for when the weather gets cold. You do not have to go far to play baseball, basketball, football, tennis or soccer.

For example, Crystal Lake Park offers a playground, swimming pools, picnic facilities and fishing spots, while Derryfield Park and Livingston Park has facilities for baseball, soccer, football, and tennis.

Other parks you can go to include Blodgett Park, Pine Island Park, Precourt Park, Prout Park, Wolfe Park, Youngsville Park, St. Anthony's Park, Steven's Pond Park, Sweeney park, and Wagner Park.

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