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The Park offers a variety of water-based activities for all ages and all swim levels.

2300 Lafayette Road Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States 03801

phone: view phone(603) 427-1111

w: watercountry.com

e: info@watercountry.com

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Whale's Tale Water Park

in Attractions & Landmarks by Whale's Tale

The whole family can play in the only wave pool in the White Mountains. Streak down the speed slides, twist through the flume slides, splash down our tube rides, or enjoy our newest attraction, Shipwreck Island, with the whole family.

481 Daniel Webster Highway (US Rt. 3) Lincoln, New Hampshire, United States 03251

phone: view phone603-745-8810

fax: view fax603-745-8810

w: whalestalewaterpark.net

e: info@WhalesTaleWaterPark.net

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White Silo Winery

in Attractions & Landmarks by White Silo

Wine tasting and gallery. Open April - December, Fri, Sat, Sun & Holidays. 11am to 6pm or by appointment.

32 Route 37 East Sherman, Connecticut, United States 06784

phone: view phone860-355-0271

w: whitesilowinery.com

e: info@whitesilowinery.com

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Whydah Pirate Museum

in Attractions & Landmarks by Expedition Whydah

On a stormy night in 1717 a pirate flotilla under the command of Captain “Black Sam” Bellamy lost a last battle with the elements. The visitor will learn how the wreck was discovered and how “pieces of eight” are wrested from the ocean floor.

16 Macmillan Wharf Provincetown, Massachusetts, United States 02657

phone: view phone(508) 487-8899

w: whydah.com

e: whydahmuseum@yahoo.com

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Wing Fort House

in Attractions & Landmarks by Nancy Lombardi

Oldest house in New England owned and operated continuously by the same family over three centuries.

69 Spring Hill Road East Sandwich, Massachusetts, United States 02537

phone: view phone508-833-1540

w: http://wingfamily.org/

e: n.lombardi@wtwassociates.com

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Woods Hole Science Aquarium

in Attractions & Landmarks by George Liles

We are a small, public aquarium that displays approximately 140 species of marine animals found in Northeast and Middle Atlantic waters. Admission is free, but donations are gladly accepted.

166 Water Street Woods Hole, Massachusetts, United States 02543

phone: view phone(508) 495-2001

w: aquarium.nefsc.noaa.gov/

e: George.Liles@noaa.gov

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