As Labor Day approaches, the dental team at Nashua Dental Group is starting to make plans for the long weekend. While some of the dentists and hygienists plan on being away from Nashua, there are still exciting things to do for those that stay.
Andres Institute of Art and Sculpture Garden
Not too far from Nashua, in Brookline, New Hampshire, there’s a hiking trail that combines the beauty of nature with the beauty of sculptures and art. This outdoor sculpture garden can be a great way to enjoy the final days of summer while strolling in a very nice setting.
The visitor center is located just 30 minutes away from Nashua at 106 Rte 13 Brookline, NH 03033, with parking and the garden entrance a bit up the road.
This park, located at 100 Concord St, Nashua, NH 03064, can often be overlooked due to Mine Falls Park but, while smaller it contains all the amenities of Mine Falls. The city of Nashua has even recently improved the boat launch at Greeley Park for those looking to paddle on the Merrimack River.
If you’re looking for some history as well as fun for young children, you may want to consider Benson Park in, Hudson, NH. This park, located at 19 Kimball Hill Rd, Hudson, NH 03051, used to be a zoo and still contains some of the original structures from the old zoo.
The park is in Hudson, NH, only a 10 minute drive from Nashua and contains many intriguing and fun attractions for children.