Merrimack in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire is home to around 27,000 people, making it the state's eighth largest municipality. It boasts a great location, being only an hour away from Boston, an hour away from the mountains, and an hour away from the seacoast. The town was in fact named by CNN Money Magazine as the 23rd best place to live in the United States. Come and see if this holds true by getting on a bus rental and charter in Merrimack, New Hampshire today.
Visit the Merrimack Historical Society Museum if you want to know more of the town's past. The museum houses permanent exhibits and displays of the town's and the county's artifacts and documents. You can see a collection of furniture, paintings, farm equipment, jewelry, articles of clothing, photographs, household items, and other memorabilia.
Then ask your bus rental and charter in Merrimack, New Hampshire to take you to the Signer's House and Matthew Thornton Cemetery, a pair of properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The two-story Georgian-style house was built in 1780 and was once owned by Matthew Thornton, who was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence, while the adjacent cemetery is the town's first cemetery and is where Thornton is buried.
Another site listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the McClure-Hilton House, which was built around 1741 and is one of the oldest surviving houses in town. This 1-1/2 story Cape-style house was owned by the same family for over two centuries and it includes a barn.
You may also want to visit the town in July, in time for the Fourth of July Parade. While many cities across the country hold Fourth of July parades, Merrimack's is highly regarded because of its traditional nature. The town's July 4 festivities also include a community pancake breakfast, a fireworks show, and a charity run. The town also has the annual Rock'n Ribfest in June which combines live music with ribs. The festival also has games and other events and attractions both for kids and grown-ups.
Merrimack has great restaurants you can check out. There's Silo's Steakhouse, Lobster Boat, Florence's Restaurant, Tortilla Flat, Axel's Food & Ice Cream, D W Pizzeria & Family Restaurant, Hot Rize Bagel Cafe, The Common Man Restaurant in Merrimack, Currier Orchards, and Buckley's Great Steaks, to name a few.
You should also take a tour of the Budweiser Brewery. These relaxing guided brewery tours are for free and run all year round except on certain holidays. You will get to taste beer and sample some of the brewery's other products. However, one of the best parts of the tour is seeing the beautiful Clydesdales in the stables or taking a walk on the greens.
If you are still in the mood for more beer, check out the Able Ebenezer Brewing Company.
If you want to shop, you can go to Merrimack Premium Outlets, a large outlet mall that houses a wide selection of stores and brands, including Banana Republic, Gap, Coach, and Nike, among many others.
With a bus rental and Charter in Merrimack, New Hampshire, you can take the entire family to Wasserman Park for various recreational activities. You can go swimming, fishing, play volleyball, play tennis, have a picnic, enjoy the ball fields, and let the kids run and play at the Normal French Memorial Playground. You can also walk to Horse Hill Nature Preserve via the Quarry Trail.
You should also check out Abbie Griffin Park, where numerous festivities and concerts are held throughout the year. Or Gibson Memorial Complex & Martel Field, which is an 18-acre park with a lighted softball field, and two youth baseball fields.
Other parks in town are the Watson Park, Weston Park, O'Gara Drive Recreation Area, Wildcat Falls Conservation Area, Jonathan Simeone Memorial ATV Park, Twin Bridge Park, Reeds Ferry Fields, and Veteran's Memorial Park.
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