A great place to learn about Great Bay and the marshes, the walking trails are well marked with information and the displays in the Center are very kid friendly.
We had a perfect day at the Discovery Center. The friendly staff take time to answer questions. The new walkway is impressive. Dress warmly. The breeze off the bay can be quite chilly at times!
Science-based events and exhibits for the Great Bay Estuary, itself a hidden gem of the New Hampshire seacoast area. Good for kids and adults alike with many hands-on activities and just plain fun. Information on the status of Great Bay and the science currently being conducted there, with trained guides/docents to help you maximize your intake.
The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve encompasses over 10,000 acres. Most of it is water and wetlands that includes Great Bay and Little Bay. The reserve begins at the General Sullivan Bridge on Dover Point and extends through to Stratham. Public access by land is at several places including the Evelyn Browne Trail at Adams Point in Durham, the... 更多
On the day we went the center itself was not open so we could not get much info on the area. They have about a half mile of trails, some of which go to the bay. The area is pretty and quiet. Looks like there is potential for additional trails which would be nice.
I have taken friends there to country ski and my dog and I go there weekly for walks. There are well marked trails and different paths to take. You may see many swans.
The kids will really enjoy this, they can safely scamper off, ahead of their parents' and see the river, woodland... 更多
I visited the Discovery Center with my 13 yo grandson. While I believe the displays in the exhibit hall could... 更多
Interesting and educational for all ages. Wasn't crowded so we didn't feel rushed. Enjoyed walking the trails and seeing the... 更多