Zoos in New Hampshire
Zoos, Wildlife, Aquariums, and Habitats in New Hampshire
Charmingfare Farm: 774 High Street, Candia, NH 03034
Charmingfare Farm is home to many of the traditional agricultural animals you would expect to see on a farm. Children will enjoy the Oakhurst Dairy Discovery Barn , home to our large "hands-on" petting area.
Great Bay National Estuarine Research Preserve: STRATHAM
New Hampshire Audubon: 84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH 03301
New Hampshire Audubon, a nonprofit statewide membership organization, is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and habitat throughout the state. Independent of the National Audubon Society, NHA has offered programs in wildlife conservation, land protection, environmental policy, and environmental education since 1914.
The mission of New Hampshire Audubon is to protect New Hampshire's natural environment for wildlife and for people.
SanctuariesSeacoast Science Center: 570 Ocean Blvd. Rye, NH 03870
1. Abe Emerson Marsh Wildlife Sanctuary, Candia
2. Bear Mountain, Hebron
3. Bellamy River, Dover
4. John Brockway Nature Preserve, Hopkinton
5. Chase Sanctuary, Hopkinton
6. Dahl, North Conway
7. Deering Sanctuary, Deering
8. Deland Forest Sanctuary, New Boston
9. Fosket, Rindge
10. Hebron Marsh, Hebron
11. Hoyt Sanctuary, East Madison
12. Markus Sanctuary, Moultonborough
13. Massabesic Audubon Center, Auburn
14. Kensan Devan Sanctuary, Marlborough
15. Paradise Point Nature Center, Hebron
16. Pondicherry, Jefferson
17. Ponemah Bog, Amherst
18. Popple Island, Epsom
19. Prescott Farm Audubon Center, Laconia
20. Proctor Sanctuary, Center Harbor
21. Scotland Brook Sanctuary, Landaff
22. Silk Farm Audubon Center, Concord
23. Stoney Brook Sanctuary, Newbury
24. Sucker Brook Cove, Nelson
25. Thompson Sanctuary, North Sandwich (and the Frederick Steele Memorial Botany Trail)
26. Watts Sanctuary, Effingham
27. Willard Pond, Antrim
he Seacoast Science Center is a "must see" for anyone wishing to discover the natural treasures and rich history of coastal New Hampshire. The Center's dramatic seaside setting, interpretive exhibits, and commitment to creating a memorable, personalized experience for each visitor sets it apart from other museums, aquariums and attractions.
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center: 23 Science Center Road | Holderness, NH 03245
Open meadows, mature forests, and marsh boardwalks connect interactive natural exhibits where native animals reside: black bears, mountain lions, raptors, river otters, bobcats, and more.
The Loon Center: Moultonborough, NH 03254
LPC's headquarters, The Loon Center in Moultonborough, NH, is the focal point of our educational activities. The Loon Center has allowed LPC to expand its outreach efforts through increased public awareness of the Common Loon and its challenges.