Merrimack Premium Outlets
This beautiful outdoor village style center is located in tax-free New Hampshire close to Boston. With savings of 25% to 65% every day, find an impressive collection of outlets including Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Bloomingdale''s Outlet, Calvin Klein, Coach, Cole Haan, DKNY, Elie Tahari, J.Cre...
Merrimack Premium Outlets® is an outdoor shopping center located 35 miles northwest of Boston and easily accessible off Exit 10 of Everett Turnpike (RT 3 from Boston). With over 100 stores we offers tax free shopping including Bloomingdale's Outlet Store, Boss Outlet, Coach, J.Crew Factory, kate…
South of us, could be on your way to us or back home. Great stores and tax-free shopping in New Hampshire.
“The Currier Museum of Art is an internationally renowned art museum in Manchester, NH. The permanent collection contains over 15,000 objects, representing nearly every medium including architecture. The Currier Museum is the only art museum in the world with two Frank Lloyd Wright homes. We are committed to supporting our diverse community through art. The museum creates impactful programs that serve the communities in greatest need today. We believe that art can inspire, bring people together, and create a better, more inclusive society. We also offer art classes, vacation art camps, master classes, and intensives. Scholarships are always available for tuition support. We offer both a Museum Shop and Café, both open to the public during museum hours without admission. Currier.org”
“Stage production venue at 76-96 Hanover Street built in 1914, the theatre was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Athens Building.”
“The premise of the Copper Door is "not too fancy, not too casual". They're delicious made-from-scratch menus feature seasonal highlight and they offer fun as well, with live music some evenings and during their sangria Sunday brunch.”
“Tuesday nights from 5-9 PM are buy one pizza, get one free. All their pizzas are gourmet and very fresh. I highly recommend this place!”