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The Children's Museum of Portsmouth Located at 280 Marcy Street, designed to reach ages 1 to 11, this arts and science museum offers a bright and lively atmosphere where kiddies can interact with exhibits that catch their attention. Here they can learn about earthquakes, dinosaurs, and clamber around a space shuttle cockpit, and a miniature yellow submarine.

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Kittery Take a side trip to Kittery where the beautiful beach in Kittery Point offers a playground, picnic tables, and a fishing pier. From here, there are scenic views of Portsmouth Harbor, Whaleback Lighthouse, and the Isles of Shoals.

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Portsmouth Restaurants

Blue Mermaid World Grill The Hill, Hanover and High Streets, this restaurant is one of the local's favourite, Bill. No, lets get serious; it is a favourite amongst the locals, and serves good food for good value. Some of the dishes are quite brilliant, and touch on cuisines from other countries. Try the Crispy Duck with Guava and Andouille Stuffing. Excellent!

Jumpin' Jay's Fish Cafe - 150 Congress St, A touch more sophisticated than the usual ketchup and fries joint, Jumpin' Jay's serves elegant cuisine, with a suave smoothness and meticulous attention to detail.

43 Degrees North - 75 Pleasant St, if you can imagine, without drooling, Cumin-fried Oysters, Seared Maine Crabs, or Grilled Tenderloin Of Pork, then you should head for 43 Degrees North. This is where those who know their cuisine come for sustenance. This swank restaurant also has a very good wine bar. Take someone you love to 43 Degrees.

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The Press Room at 77 Daniel St, if your needs run more to the 'man-in-the-street' budgeting, and you prefer cheer to snooty chic, then take a stroll to the Press Room. With a fireplace, heavy wooden beams and pine floors, you could think you were back in dear olde England, especially when the darts come out, and the teams line up for great some friendly competition. Good all round fun, service, and bar food.

Portsmouth children's activities

The Children's Museum of Portsmouth Located at 280 Marcy Street, designed to reach ages 1 to 11, this arts and science museum offers a bright and lively atmosphere where kiddies can interact with exhibits that catch their attention. Here they can learn about earthquakes, dinosaurs, and clamber around a space shuttle cockpit, and a miniature yellow submarine.

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