Is getting up on stage singing to a crowd on your bucket list?
Here’s your chance to check that off your list, the Sea Shell Stage at Hampton Beach NH is having their annual Talent Competition August 26-28th 2022. Open auditions will be on August 7th 2022 from 1-3 st the Seashell Stage, 180 Ocean Blvd. Here are all the details if you would like to be a contestant or be part of the audience.
When: Friday, Saturday & Sunday, August 26, 27, and 28th, 2022.
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A trip to Hampton Beach will be a lot more fun if you visit the Ocean Gaming Casino. You’ll get the total casino experience with games like Blackjack, Craps, Poker, Keno, Money Wheel, Roulette, and novelty games like Lucky 7 Machines, Boston 5, & Boston 7. They have 15 large HD TV’s to watch sporting events, you can even watch horse racing from all tracks on TVG.
They also have a great menu and are now serving international coffees and homemade soups. You can check their full menu on their website at www.oceangamingcasino.com
They offer gaming from noon until 1: AM and have a max bet of $10.00 on all tables. They are located at 81 Ocean Blvd, Hampton Beach, right across the street from the ocean, enjoy the fabulous view!
Book your vacation at our fabulous beach house and enjoy the fun of this gaming casino located only 2 miles away.
If you always had a passion for learning to surf there is a wonderful surf shop just about a mile from The Beach House that you need to visit. They offer lessons, surf camps, rentals, stand up paddle tours and more. Several families that have stayed with us took surfing lessons and they said it was the highlight of their vacation! Cinnamon Rainbows has been in business at Hampton Beach since 1983. They are located at 931 Ocean Blvd Hampton, NH.
If history is your thing then a trip to the Tuck Museum in Hampton should be on your list of to do’s.
The Tuck Museum of Hampton History is the home of the Hampton Historical Society. It consists of a number of buildings, monuments, and artifacts, all located on Park Avenue in Hampton
Known since 1994 as the Hampton Historical Society, the society was incorporated in 1925 as the Meeting House Green Memorial Association to honor the original settlers of Hampton. A descendant of one of those families, Edward Tuck, generously donated funds to purchase a house on the site of the original meeting house green. The land surrounding the house was laid out as a park, and the house was turned into a small museum, which was appropriately named the Tuck.
The museum has continued to grow. Other buildings on the Green have joined the main house as exhibition areas. There is a nineteenth-century school house, an eighteenth-century barn, a fire-fightning museum, and a Hampton Beach tourist cottage.
Tuck Museum of Hampton History
40 Park Avenue
Hampton, NH 03842
Admission free; donations encouraged and appreciated
Spring / Summer / Fall Museum Hours
Sunday, Wednesday, Friday
1 to 4 pmWinter Museum Hours January, February, and March
1 to 4 pm
Sunday by appointment
Last outside building tour time: 3:15 pm
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