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Portsmouth & SeacoastMedia Kit 2019Table of Contents1. Welcome to Portsmouth & the Seacoast2. The Culinary Scene – A Foodie’s Dream3. The Retail Scene – Shopping on the Seacoast4. Portsmouth & Seacoast Lodging5. Family Friendly Destination6. Seacoast Arts, Culture, History7. Seacoast Tours – New Ways to Tour the Area8. Top Five List – Seasonal Must-Do’s in the Portsmouth9. Ladies’ Weekend Getaway10. Gents’ Weekend Getaway11. LGBT Friendly Portsmouth12. Seacoast Transportation13. Portsmouth & Seacoast Honors14. On the Water

Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthValerie RochonPresident & Chief 3) 610.5517Bill MacDonaldNetworking EngineerBill@PortsmouthCollaborative.org(603) 610.5514Ben Van CampVP of Membership & What’s NextBen@portsmouthchamber.org(603) 610-5516Joan ChawziukGroup Tour Coordinatortours@PortsmouthCollaborative.org(603) 610.5522Cecelia SmithTourism Directorcecelia@PortsmouthCollaborative.org(603) 610-5526Judy DavidsonBusiness ManagerJudy@PortsmouthCollaborative.org(603) 610.5515Jenn StevensEvents & (603)-610-5511Michelle DavisDestination Experience ) 610-5510The Chamber Collaborative of Greater Portsmouth500 Market StreetPO Box 239Portsmouth, NH 03802-0239Chamber Web Site:Destination Web rative.org(603) 610.5510(603) 436.5118Updated May 2018

A unique New Hampshire Seacoast experience:Historic Working Seaport Festivals Family Fun Waterfront Deck DiningNationally Acclaimed Chefs Craft Breweries Hotels, Inns, ResortsWalking, Biking Tours & More Live Music Harbor Cruises Shop LocalTax Free Shopping Nightlife World Class Arts Scene Historic Homes StrawberyBanke Museum Easy Access Throughout New EnglandThe Perfect New England Seacoast GetawayStar Island, Portsmouth, NH Photo Credit: Bridgette DesmondWelcome to Portsmouth Page 1

Portsmouth, NH One of America’s favorite towns – Travel & LeisureNew England’s most appealing city – Miami HeraldPortsmouth - you are a charming little must - Chicago TribuneA surprising little city of contrasts: touristy and local,cultured and blue collar, historically preserved and scrappy - The New York TimesPortsmouth, NH has quickly grown into one of the hippest, hottest culinary destinations in the Northeast– USA TodayWelcome to Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a vibrant, walkable New England seacoast destinationproviding residents and visitors with a unique city experience: a historic working seaport,unique locally owned shops and restaurants, and an internationally recognized arts and culturalscene. The geographic location, history and cultural attractions of Portsmouth make it a NewEngland ‘must-visit.’Portsmouth is that rare city where history and present day come together beautifully andeffortlessly in red-bricked buildings and sidewalks with historic attractions for all ages, farmers’markets, nationally acclaimed farm-to-table restaurants, award-winning craft breweries, stylishwine bars, locally owned boutiques with tax-free shopping and waterfront activities.Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend getaway, a day trip with the family, a firesidedinner or a riverside lunch; you will find this charming New England coastal city a delight.Welcome to Portsmouth Page 2

Portsmouth, NH Photo Credit: David J. MurrayLocationThe New Hampshire coastline, on the Piscataqua River.Connected by bridges to Kittery, Maine.Easy access to Boston, Portland and all points New England.Travel TimesBoston: 1 hourPortland, ME: 1 hourHartford, CT: 2.5 hoursNYC: 5 hoursSettledPopulationBurlington, VT: 3 hoursMontreal: 5 hoursQuebec: 6 hours162321,440Welcome to Portsmouth Page 3

GovernmentMayor, The Honorable Jack BlalockAssistant Mayor, Cliff LazenbyCity Manager, John P. BohenkoCouncilorsMs. Chris DwyerNancy PearsonRebecca E. PerkinsJosh DentonDoug RobertsNed RaynoldsRick BeckstedShop / Dine / Drink / Stay – LocalPortsmouth takes pride in everything local. From tax-free shopping in dozens of independentlyowned boutiques and art galleries, to the chef-owned restaurants to our own breweries – it is asmall city with a welcoming town atmosphere, true to its historic charm with modern dayamenities and a waterfront location.Visitors and residents alike linger in Portsmouth’s colorful, tax-free downtown shops that stayopen late during holiday and summer seasons. Ninety-nine percent of the shops are locallyowned and many feature the work of local artisans – truly promoting “Shop Local.” Favorite storebrands are found at the Mall at Fox Run and the premium outlets just across the bridge on Route1 in Kittery, Maine are good for a day – or two – of shopping adventures.The restaurant scene is vibrant, with nationally acclaimed chefs celebrating farm-to-table andsea-to-table seasonal product. Every kind of cuisine imaginable is found here, from seafood freshoff the local boats to gluten-free and ethnic options. You may have seen some of our chefsfeatured on Food Network, The Cooking Channel, and Bravo, or cooking at the legendary JamesBeard House in NYC. Our local bars, many overlooking the sparkling Piscataqua River, serve thefreshest margaritas, mojitos and rum punch – perfect for this Seacoast destination. Be sure tovisit the nationally acclaimed local breweries like Portsmouth Brewery, Redhook Ale Breweryand Smuttynose Brewery plus independent new breweries downtown such as Earth Eagle andLiar’s Bench. “Hop” onto the local brewery tour, Granite State Growlers for seasonal brews andfun.Lodging is plentiful and varied, from historic inns to modern boutique hotels to full service hotelsand stunning grand resorts. Kid friendly, dog friendly, family friendly and business travelerfriendly - it’s all here in Portsmouth!Welcome to Portsmouth Page 4

Portsmouth is New Hampshire’s hippest town, with a food scene that hits every of-the-moment note: cold brewcoffee, hyperlocal oysters, Asian street food, seasonal macarons. - Yankee MagazineSmall but mighty, Portsmouth has quite the culinary reputation the quaint New Hampshire seaport is home tosome of the region’s best dining. Since it’s barely an hour away by car (closer than many other places in MA),there’s no reason Bostonians shouldn’t get on the road and plan a trip to Portsmouth. ZagatPortsmouth is blessed with an absurd selection of restaurants– The New York TimesArts, Culture & HistoryPortsmouth is recognized nationally as a center for the arts, especially its music scene and itstheatrical and historic attractions. Strawbery Banke is a national treasure, with acres of livinghistory for all ages to experience. This is a short list of the theatre, music and historicalattractions Portsmouth has to offer:The Music Hall and The Music Hall Loft - www.themusichall.orgArt ‘Round Town - www.artroundtown.orgStrawbery Banke Museum - www.strawberybanke.orgPontine Theatre - www.pontine.orgDiscover Portsmouth Center - www.portsmouthhistory.orgPrescott Park Arts Festival - www.prescottpark.orgSeacoast Repertory Theatre - www.seacoastrep.org3S Artspace – www.3sarts.orgPlayers’ Ring Theatre – www.playersring.orgAlbacore Park – www.ussalbacore.orgAnnual Festivals and EventsPortsmouth is alive every weekend of the year.Some favorite events include (in chronological order):Winter Wine Festival, Wentworth by the Sea, JanuaryRestaurant Week Portsmouth and the Seacoast, SpringPortsmouth Singer Songwriter Festival, AprilWelcome to Portsmouth Page 5

Portsmouth Farmers Market, Every Saturday, May – NovemberHit The Decks celebration, MayShop Portsmouth, MayChowder Festival, Prescott Park Arts Festival, JuneMarket Square Day & 10k Road Race, JuneTaste of the Nation, JunePrescott Park Arts Festival, June – OctoberHistoric Sites – Open in June to OctoberTall Ships Parade, AugustACT ONE Summer Theatre Festival, AugustParma Music Festival, AugustPortsmouth Peace Treaty Day, SeptemberFashion’s Night Out Portsmouth, SeptemberTelluride by the Sea, The Music Hall, SeptemberNew Hampshire Film Festival, OctoberScarecrows of the Port, OctoberPortsmouth Halloween Parade, OctoberRestaurant Week Portsmouth and the Seacoast, NovemberVintage Christmas in Portsmouth: Strawbery Banke Museum The Music Hall, holidayshows Candlelight Stroll, DecemberFirst Night Portsmouth, December 31Portsmouth’s downtown is a walker’s downtown, lined with shops, café, galleries, pubs,restaurants. Start in Market Square. From there, you can walk just about anywhere, and we’vefound some gems just strolling. – The Boston GlobeOne of the nation’s oldest cities, this thriving seaport on the Piscataqua River boasts remarkableriches and is still incredibly welcoming to visitors and new residents alike Portsmouth is one ofthe ‘Happiest Seaside Towns’ in America - Coastal LivingThere’s a lot to love about the hip, charming coastal city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire.- Yankee MagazineDon your walking shoes, breathe in the ocean air and set out to discover this picturesquemaritime town. You can join one of several organized walking tours or explore on your own.- Trip AdvisorThere is no better way to begin a tour of New Hampshire than in Portsmouth, an historic andquaint seaport. - Ottawa LifePortsmouth, NH: the Christmas Capital of America! -Travel & LeisureWelcome to Portsmouth Page 6

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For More InformationAddressThe Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthVisitor Center, 500 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801Visitor Information KioskMarket Square, Portsmouth, NH 03801Web Sitewww.GoPortsmouthNH.comFor a complete list of recommendations:The Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthVisitor Information Center500 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH ww.GoPortsmouthNH.comSocial MediaInstagram: goportsmouthnhFacebook: /GoPortsmouthNH#GoPortsmouthNHMedia Inquiries:Cecelia Smith, Tourism DirectorCecelia@PortsmouthCollaborative.org 603.610.5526Martha Sullivan, Sullivan CommunicationsMartha@SullivanCommunications.com c: 617.835.2264; o: 508.786.0729Photos Available.Welcome to Portsmouth Page 8

The Culinary ScenePortsmouth, New Hampshire, has long been a favorite stop forgourmands and a recent influx of hot openings means there’s neverbeen a better time to take a culinary detour. – Boston MagazineRestaurant Week Portsmouth & The Seacoast, Photo Credit: Rick Dumont ImagesWhat’s Cooking in Portsmouth, NHPortsmouth is a vibrant culinary destination, creating a name for itself as one of New England’smust-visit destinations celebrating regional cuisine prepared by top-notch chefs. Local chefs haveearned nominations and honors by the respected James Beard Foundation and have been featuredon The Food Network, The Cooking Channel and Bravo. From oysters farmed in Great Bay,

Portsmouth to locally sourced pig’s head platters and vegetarian bowls, chefs here are committedto the freshest seasonal ingredients. Chefs and restaurateurs are passionate about sharingPortsmouth’s culinary history and local bounty by land and sea.Residents and visitors alike support this lively culinary scene that honors Portsmouth’s colorfulhistory, heirloom ingredients and sustainable practices.By The NumbersPortsmouth has more restaurant seats than residents so if the entire town went out forsupper, there would still be room for company!More than 75 walkable restaurants in downtown PortsmouthOver 100 top quality restaurants throughout the SeacoastDiners to bistros, coffee shops to steakhouses, wine bars to outdoor patios, Italian, Spanish,Asian, French, Hawaiian, and more there is a menu for everyone in Portsmouth, NHCulinary EventsRestaurant Week Portsmouth & the Seacoast - 75,000 diners visit Portsmouth to dig into thecreative menus at over 50 restaurants during each of these two ten-day periods in Apriland November.Portsmouth Eats Walking Tour - Guided groups visit three to six restaurants for smallplates and discussions with Chefs. “There is no better way to get to know a destination thanto taste it!” - Colleen Westcott, of Portsmouth EatsStonewall Kitchen Cooking School - Fun, state-of-the-art classroom and the place to be if youlove to cook, love to eat or just want to have a great time. Noted restaurant chefs, cookbookauthors and cooking professionals from across the nation share their experiences anddemonstrate their talents for you.Locally sourced Farm-to-Table/Sea-to-Table – In dining rooms, at the counter or on thedecks overlooking the Piscataqua River, creative menus showcase local product.Food & Beer Festivals - Chili Fest, Chowder Fest, Seafood Fests, Brew Fests, PortsmouthBeer Week it seems like there is a festival every weekend!Farmers’ Markets in Portsmouth and around the SeacoastTaste of the Nation – Annual June event bringing food, wine and spirits vendors and chefstogether for one night at Strawbery Banke Museum.Hit the Decks – Annual Spring event celebrating the official opening of the decks as al frescodining is offered on several decks and patios, many overlooking the Piscataqua River andPortsmouth Harbor.Head to this NH city for fried oysters, craft beer and more! - ZagatPortsmouth from a neat day trip into a hip foodie ‘it’ town - The Boston GlobeWith a rich history of shipping and brewing its dining scene exudes culture and heritage- The Culture Trip.comThis historic New Hampshire town is a superior stop for exceptional architecture and fabulousdining - Montreal Gazette

For a complete list of recommendations:The Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthVisitor Information Center500 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH ww.GoPortsmouthNH.comSocial MediaInstagram: goportsmouthnhFacebook: /GoPortsmouthNH#GoPortsmouthNHMedia Inquiries:Cecelia Smith, Tourism DirectorCecelia@PortsmouthCollaborative.org 603.610.5526Martha Sullivan, Sullivan CommunicationsMartha@SullivanCommunications.com c: 617.835.2264; o: 508.786.0729Photos Available.500 Market Street, P.O. Box 239, Portsmouth, NH 03802603.610.5510; info@portsmouthcollaborative.org

SHOP PORTSMOUTHMarket Square, Portsmouth, NH – One of America’s Most Beautiful Town Squares .hopaboard a trolley for a little time travel. - Travel & LeisureCozy downtown streets curve just so, with rows of adorable shops bending out of sight withthe promise of more adorable shops - Chicago TribuneVisitors will find no end of brick sidewalks to stroll, and boutiques to pop into-The New York TimesThis low-key gem is great for relaxing, shopping, and pretending you never have to go backto your real life. - CNNShop Portsmouth. Shop Local. Shop Tax Free.In Portsmouth, NH local shop-owners create thoughtfully curated collections of uniqueproducts from original art to stylish clothing, shoes, bags, hats, creative kitchen and homegoods to essential beauty products and more! In this charming city where strolling is anintegral part of the experience, shop for treasures, cozy up to a warm cup of coffee and apopover at a local café, then head out again for more treasures in Market Square.Portsmouth brings the art of shopping to the most memorable level – with colorful windowdisplays, cobblestone walkways, harbor views, gracious shop-owners and one-of-a-kindshopping experiences.Market Square, Portsmouth is heralded as one of the nation’s most beautiful town squares,with dozens of independently owned local shops.For bargain hunters, the nearby Kittery Premium Outlets in Maine provide more than 120shopping choices. Explore a wealth of stores featuring name brands like Calvin Klein,Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, and the Lindt Chocolate Factory Store.The Mall at Fox Run, located on Woodbury Avenue in nearby Newington, NH, offers tax-freeshopping at more than 100 major retail stores.

Retail EventsFashion’s Night Out PortsmouthFashion’s Night Out Portsmouth celebrates Portsmouth as a fashion destination asshopkeepers present their collections and welcome patrons with trunk shows,demonstrations by in-store style consultants, music, special sales, nibbles and libations. It’sa “see and be seen” event as fashionistas celebrate fashion on the street with iconicPortsmouth Flower Dresses, beauty pageant winners, and Portsmouth residents andvisitors, all photographed by roaming paparazzi! The Nightcap Party features a FashionRunway Show with kilted clansmen, wedding fashion, the Flower Girls and everyday stylepresented by local shops. The event is held every year in September.www.FashionsNightOutPortsmouth.com #FNOPortsmouthShop PortsmouthStylish, Seasonal and Tax-Free! Shop Portsmouth events take place throughout the year.Visit www.ShopPortsmouth.org to be sure not to miss the next special retail event!

Photo: Shop Portsmouth Photo credit: Rick Dumont ImagesFor a complete list of recommendations:The Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthVisitor Information Center500 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH ww.GoPortsmouthNH.comSocial MediaInstagram: goportsmouthnhFacebook: /GoPortsmouthNH#GoPortsmouthNH

Media Inquiries:Cecelia Smith, Tourism DirectorCecelia@PortsmouthCollaborative.org 603.610.5526Martha Sullivan, Sullivan CommunicationsMartha@SullivanCommunications.com c: 617.835.2264; o: 508.786.0729Photos Available.

Lodging - Portsmouth & The SeacoastCozy Bed & Breakfasts Stylish Inns Grand Seaside Resorts Downtown HotelsDog Friendly Family Friendly Business and Conference FriendlyWelcome Every Guest & Budget to PortsmouthThe Ale House Inn is a small, hip boutique hotel located in the historic Portsmouth Brewing Company building.This hotel really offers the quintessential Portsmouth experience. -VenuelustThe Sailmaker’s Inn, set on a quiet South End side street, has rare outdoor space. In warmer months, guests cansit in a spacious fenced-in yard among flowering perennials and fruit trees. Best of both worlds: it’s a quickstroll to the city’s waterfront, top attractions, and buzzing restaurants. - The Boston GlobeA Small Town Feel & Big City Amenities With A One-of-a-kind Seacoast LocationPortsmouth is a waterfront community with a small town feel and big city amenities, includinglodging for every taste, style and budget. With stylish inns like the brand new Sailmaker’s Houseto respected leaders like Sheraton, Hilton, Residence and Hampton Inn all located downtown, tothe historic 360-year old Three Chimneys Inn in Durham, to Portsmouth’s grand resort,Wentworth By The Sea, Portsmouth and the Seacoast is known for its gracious hospitality,unique settings and charming accommodations.Some of the most popular inns, full service hotels and grand resorts include:Ale House Inn, www.alehouseinn.comAshworth by the Sea, www.ashworthhotel.comCourtyard by Marriott, www.courtyard.com/psmcyThe Exeter Inn, www.theexeterinn.comHilton Garden Inn, www.portsmouthdowntown.hgi.comLodging Page 1

The Port Inn, www.theportinn.comPortsmouth Harbor Inn & Spa, www.Innatportsmouth.comResidence Inn Portsmouth Downtown, www.residenceinn.comThe Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth, www.sheratonportsmouth.comThe Hotel Portsmouth, www.thehotelportsmouth.comThe Sailmaker’s House, www.sailmakershouse.comThree Chimneys Inn, www.threechimneysinn.comWentworth By The Sea, www.wentworth.comThe Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthVisitor Information Center500 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH ww.GoPortsmouthNH.comSocial MediaInstagram: goportsmouthnhFacebook: /GoPortsmouthNH#GoPortsmouthNHMedia Inquiries:Cecelia Smith, Tourism DirectorCecelia@PortsmouthCollaborative.org 603.610.5526Martha Sullivan, Sullivan CommunicationsMartha@SullivanCommunications.com c: 617.835.2264; o: 508.786.0729Photos Available.Lodging Page 2

Family Friendly Things To Do“I knew that I was going to enjoy my time strolling through town, visiting shops, eating at cafes and pubs, and learning aboutthe almost 400 years of history the town has to offer, but I wasn’t so sure there was a lot for the kids to enjoy.Was I ever wrong!” Suitcases and Sippy CupsPortsmouth, New Hampshire is one of our favorite destinations for a short New England getaway:Each time we visit, we discover something new. During our most recent Portsmouth mini-vacation, we found foodie delights,explored the many wonders of Prescott Park, and had a blast at Water Country. As a seacoast city just over an hour's drivefrom Boston, Portsmouth is a hotspot in the summertime, and with good reason: The Prescott Park Arts Festival bringsworld-class live entertainmentto New England at affordable prices all season long. The lush gardens in Prescott Park and across the street at the StrawberyBanke Museumare gorgeous oases in the summer months. Water fun abounds, whether at a water park, on one of Portsmouth’s islands,or aboard a river cruise. However, the town shines in the colder months too, especially during the holidays. The annualVintage Christmas celebration is on our must-do list. Whenever you decide to go, there is an abundance of fun for families.Mommy PoppinsSomething For Everyone The key to a successful family vacation is choosing a destination where there is somethingavailable for everyone to enjoy. The wider the age range (if traveling with two or threegenerations), the more options you may want to consider.Portsmouth and the Seacoast is a perfect family destination with many activities to choose from –and most are within easy walking distance so that everyone in your party can find exactly whatthey want – from cruises to kayaking, and historic walking tours to the children’s museum.Here are some ideas for your family visit to the Seacoast!Family Friendly Destination Page 1

CruisesBoard the M/V Thomas Laighton at the Isles of Shoals Steamship Company for your tour toStar Island, where you can explore the sea gull breeding grounds and the many islandpathways through historic building and markers.Cruise aboard the family-friendly Gundalow, a 70-foot flat bottomed sailboat, where thecrew will share their knowledge about marine life and sailing.Take a narrated historical tour of Portsmouth Harbor aboard the Heritage with PortsmouthHarbor Cruises.Summer FunWhy drive all the way to Fenway Park? You can watch great baseball on the Seacoast allsummer long. Come watch the Seacoast Mavericks in Portsmouth!Perfect beach day? Break out your swimsuits and sunscreen for a fun-filled day at one ofthe many beaches from southern Maine through the 18 miles of New Hampshire sea shore.Hampton Beach Center has a wide variety of entertainment including beachwear shoppingand arcade games.Water Country Water Park is a “huge, kid-friendly aquatic playground with themed pools,an adventure river, dining & slides galore.”Taste the award-winning Anabelle’s Natural Ice Cream, tucked alongside the Portsmouthwaterfront. This favorite spot has been offering homemade rich, creamy and loaded withtreats ice cream since 1982.Prescott Park Arts Festival produces amazing live theater for children of all ages on theoutdoor stage overlooking the Piscataqua River. People plan vacations around the PrescottPark Arts Festival calendar – check it out!Head to York’s Wild Kingdom, located in nearby York Beach, Maine, which has somethingto offer every member of the family. Family rides, paddle boats, miniature golf course, apetting zoo, scenic picnic grounds, concession stands, two gift shops, and even a HauntedHouse.HistoryExplore the U.S.S. Albacore on a guided tour of one of the most advanced U.S. Navysubmarines built before atomic submarines.Children’s games from days of old are a highlight at the Strawbery Banke Museum, anauthentic 10-acre outdoor history museum, bringing almost 400 years of American historyto life.Family Friendly Destination Page 2

Strawbery Banke, Photo Credit: Strawbery BankeOutdoor ActivitiesThe Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne Point State Park offers interactive and educationalprograms on the natural and environmental history of New Hampshire's seacoast. Includetime to explore the beautiful coastal trails. It wouldn't be summer on the Seacoast withoutenjoying a picnic and great music at Music-by-the-Sea concerts.For interactive exhibits plan on a 10-minute drive into Dover, NH to spend the afternoon atthe Children’s Museum of New Hampshire.Family Friendly Destination Page 3

Experience Portsmouth and the Seacoast by bicycle with a historical bike tour with PortCity Bike ToursFor a complete list of recommendations:The Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthVisitor Information Center500 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH ww.GoPortsmouthNH.comSocial MediaInstagram: goportsmouthnhFacebook: /GoPortsmouthNH#GoPortsmouthNHMedia Inquiries:Cecelia Smith, Tourism DirectorCecelia@PortsmouthCollaborative.org 603.610.5526Martha Sullivan, Sullivan CommunicationsMartha@SullivanCommunications.com c: 617.835.2264; o: 508.786.0729Photos Available.Family Friendly Destination Page 4

Arts Culture History Portsmouth, NHAn enviable waterfront setting, grand architecture, a booming arts and theater scene, and vibrant communityspirit in Portsmouth, NH - The Boston GlobeThere’s a lot to love about the hip, charming coastal city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, but for history andarchitecture buffs, it’s pretty hard to top the excellent Strawbery Banke Museum. - Yankee MagazinePortsmouth is packed with culture, the arts and a vibrant nightlife. - North Shore MagazineA cultural hotbed on New Hampshire’s Seacoast - Canada.comArts, History & Music Come to Life in PortsmouthIt’s no wonder the National Trust for Historic Preservation named Portsmouth to its list ofAmerica’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations, calling the city “one of the most culturally richdestinations in the country” with a “stimulating mix of historic buildings, sidewalk cafes, greatrestaurants, art galleries, jazz clubs and distinctive artisans’ boutiques.”History comes to life in Portsmouth, with a lovely collection of historic homes and museumsopen for tours, and of course the acclaimed Strawbery Banke Museum, an award-winning 10acre living history museum with historic buildings, interactive exhibits and beautiful gardens.Visitors of all ages learn something new at this historic gem. Plus experience the excitingcontemporary visual art scene; from professional theater to innovative performance inPortsmouth, where there is “an unparalleled wealth of arts, culture and historical assets.”Portsmouth Historical SocietyArts, Culture, History Page 1

Strawbery Banke, photo credit: Strawbery BankeThis small coastal city boasts live music nearly every night with bands at local restaurants andbars, concerts year-round at The Music Hall and a popular summer series at the Prescott ParkArts Festival. Check out the theatrical productions at Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Players Ringand Pontine Theater. Enjoy entertainment on stage and on screen – from nationally knownperformers to home-grown talent. Watch for poetry readings in pubs, literary events and pop-upart shows.Here are some of the arts, cultural and history that Portsmouth has to offer:ACT ONE (Artists’ Collaborative Theatre of New England)3S ArtspaceArt ‘Round TownFriends of Portsmouth Harbor LighthousesThe Music Hall The Music Hall LoftPlayers’ Ring TheatreArts, Culture, History Page 2

Pontine TheatrePortsmouth Black Heritage TrailPortsmouth Harbour Trail TourDiscover Portsmouth Arts & Culture CenterPrescott Park Arts FestivalSeacoast Repertory TheatreStrawbery Banke MuseumHistoric Homes:o Jackson Houseo Moffatt-Ladd House & Gardenso Warner Houseo Wentworth-Gardner Houseo Tobias Lear Houseo Governor John Langdon Houseo John Paul Jones Houseo Rundlet-May HousePortsmouth celebrates its inspired, intimate urban community withbig city style. - Art Around TownFor a complete calendar of events, festivals and things to do in Portsmouth, please visitwww.GoPortsmouthNH.com.Arts, Culture, History Page 3

For a complete list of recommendations:The Chamber Collaborative of Greater PortsmouthVisitor Information Center500 Market Street, Portsmouth, NH ww.GoPortsmouthNH.comSocial MediaInstagram: goportsmouthnhFacebook: /GoPortsmouthNH#GoPortsmouthNHMedia Inquiries:Cecelia Smith, Tourism DirectorCecelia@PortsmouthCollaborative.org 603.610.5526Martha Sullivan, Sullivan CommunicationsMartha@SullivanCommunications.com c: 617.835.2264; o: 508.786.0729Photos Available.Arts, Culture, History Page 4

Honors & AwardsPortsmouth, NH has quickly grown into one of the hippest, hottest culinary destinations in theNortheast – USA Today, 2017One of “21 of the Most Scenic East Coast Cities” – Expedia, 2017Best Small Town Food Scene: Portsmouth #3”- USA Today’s 10 Best, 2017“The Most Picturesque small towns in every state” – USA Today, 2017Head to this New Hampshire city for fried oysters, craft beer and more – Zagat 2017This Seacoast gem’s metamorphosis from a neat day trip into a hip foodie ‘it’ town – The BostonGlobe, 2017One of “10 of the prettiest U.S. towns to retire” - MarketWatch.com, 2016The Seacoast Gets Cooking “Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has long been a favorite stop forgourmands en route to Vacationland—and a recent influx of hot openings means there’s neverbeen a better time to take a culinary detour.” – Boston Magazine, 2015May 2015 America’s 50 best farmers markets“With thousands of shoppers, [the Portsmouth Farmers’ Market] leaves me in awe every time.The energy, the community vibe, the direct interaction, relationship building, and the vast arrayof products available is just something so special I have never experienced anywhereelse. Dozens of varieties of potatoes, carrots, beets, turnips, celery root, kohlrabi, salad greens,cooking g

The Culinary Scene Restaurant Week Portsmouth & The Seacoast, Photo Credit: Rick Dumont Images What’s Cooking in Portsmouth, NH Portsmouth is a vibrant culinary destination, creating a name for itself as one of New England’s must-visit destinations celebrating regio

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