The third-oldest city in the U.S., Portsmouth, New Hampshire is full of history, from its Georgian-style homes to its historic town center and museums. Portsmouth has lush parks where you can relax and take in the scenery around you. Enjoy biking, hiking and many other activities along this beautiful seacoast city. Water park lovers will be happy to know that Portsmouth is home to New England”s largest water park!
The town was founded in 1623, and a walk through Portland”s historic area feels like a stroll back in time to that era. “Residents” in period costume populate the area, and at three working crafts shops, you can watch coopers, boat builders and potters at work on 17th-century trades. Today, the historic district”s center, Strawbery Banke, consists of 10 downtown acres and 46 historic buildings, including Georgian-style homes that showcase18th-century prosperity. Some buildings have been restored with period furnishings and exhibits, and many are available for viewing and tours.
To get maximum satisfaction from visiting this place of interest you will need a good city quide which will help you find the places to stay, to eat and of course to sightsee. Now it is all available in one app which can be easily downloaded from the Appstore. Portsmouth NH City Guide is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and seems to be indispensable in case you are going to visit this picturesque town.