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Charmingfare Farm
774 High St.
CandiaNH 03034
(603) 483-5623

Ages: 0 - 14+

Charmingfare Farm features numerous animals (both farm animals and wildlife) and a petting zoo, as well as unlimited pony rides, tractor train rides, and horse-drawn wagon rides included with admission. There are also sleigh rides in the winter.
Throughout the year, the Farm hosts various seasonal camps and festivals, as well as three Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs: garden, livestock, and eggs. 
Coppal House Farm
118 North River Rd.
LeeNH 03861
(603) 659-3572

Ages: 0 - 14+

Coppal House Farm offers a 6.5-acre corn maze that opens in late August, as well as pumpkin picking, wagon rides, and sleigh rides and carriage rides in the wintertime. There's also a farmers' market that sells pork, lamb, chicken, and free-range eggs.

Additionally, the farm offers hands-on workshops where participants work closely with the farm's draft horses. 

Community Roots offers storytelling and other kids' programs at Coppal Hou...

Kimball Farm
780 E. Broadway (mailing address: 791 E. Broadway)
HaverhillMA 01830
(866) 965-5262

Ages: 0 - 14+

A family-run farm since 1820, Kimball Farm Feeds has been supplying hay, grain, feed, shavings, equipment & much more for many years.
Now, the farm has ventured into the "agri-tainment" world with a corn maze (including a haunted version at Halloween time), giant slide, country store, veggies, meat, eggs, & more, as well as seasonal hay and sleigh rides. And don't miss a visit with the resident llamas!
Hours and rates: Click here 
Strawbery Banke Museum
14 Hancock St.
PortsmouthNH 03801
(603) 433-1100

Ages: 0 - 14+

Strawbery Banke, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is an outdoor history museum consisting of 10 square acres of meticulously restored houses and shops, period gardens, and costumed role players. 
(And no, that's not a typo - just one "r" in "Strawbery.") 
The area was originally named by British settlers in 1630 for the wild berries growing there, and it is one of America's oldest continuously occupied neighborhood...
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