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Portsmouth Travel guide
Portsmouth : Michelin's recommendations
Portsmouth is a small city on the Banks of the Piscataqua River, New Hampshire's only seaport and the colonial capital until 1808, when the seat of government was moved to Concord. A number of Portsmouth's colonial structures and historic houses are open to the public as museums; don't miss Strawbery Banke, the cit's earliest waterfront community transformed into a living history museum.
Tourist attractions Portsmouth : Things to see and do
14 Hancock Street USA - Portsmouth
Overlookig lovely Prescott Park and the broad Piscataqua River beyond, this village-museum is a pleasant assembly of tree-shaded paths, historic houses and period gardens that border an expansive green. This remnant of yesteryear traces over 300 year..
150 Daniel Street USA - Portsmouth
Sprinkled throughout the town are six furnished dwellings illustrating the decorative and architectural styles and high-quality craftsmanship that reigned in Portsmouth in the 18C and 19C.
150 Daniel St. USA - Portsmouth NH 03802
This brick Georgian mansion was built in 1716 and is decorated with European- and New England-made furnishings. A series of 18C murals adorns the walls of the stairwell.