Discover the best top things to do in Lee, United States including Bedrock Gardens, Avenue Victor Hugo Books, Misty Meadows Herbal Center, Flag Hill Distillery & Winery, Coppal House Farm, DeMeritt Hill Farm, Little River Park & Fields.
5.0 based on 41 reviews
Bedrock Gardens is a private 20-acre garden notable for its horticulture, specimen plants, garden design, hardscape, and art. Please note that we are open Tuesday thru Friday of the week, and only the first and third weekends of the month. Times are from 10-4. Check our website (bedrockgardens.org) for details.
The site has an entry area off the parking lot for a ticket booth, restrooms and picnic area. The property is gently rolling and has woods, meadows, a pond, stream and mowed grass paths as well as chipped cart paths. Easy walking. Visiting groups were mostly masked and all gave wide berth to other groups while still being friendly. There are numerous side paths that don’t necessarily correlate well to the map. The few directional red arrows were very helpful and they could use a few more. There were many chairs and benches in spots with great views. The sculptures were amazing! The artist has taken some very ordinary metal objects, combined them and produced extraordinary sculptures. They’re sited throughout the garden, popping up in garden beds, pond edges, hanging from trees....they’re everywhere and I’m sure I missed some because I was as interested in the plantings as I was in the sculptures. The many specimen trees and shrubs need some tags for those of us who need some plant id help. Most of the sculptures were not titled. I’m hoping they’ll get around to more labeling in future. This sculpture garden is an easy detour off I-95 and a must-see. It’s a great outdoor artistic activity and the images are good for the soul.
5.0 based on 4 reviews
The legendary Avenue Victor Hugo Books has re-opened in a post-and-beam barn 10 minutes from the UNH campus in Durham. For nearly 30 years, Avenue Victor Hugo was a fixture of Newbury Street in Boston’s Back Bay, the store at one time holding over a quarter-million magazines and 150,000 used books. Awarded “Best Used Bookstore” multiple times by Boston Magazine, the store was a favorite of Boston-area authors and college students alike. During its years on Newbury Street, Avenue Victor Hugo also played host to Fiction, Galileo, and Galaxy magazines, all published by McCaffrey. In 2004 the store was forced to close due to high rents. 14 years later, in 2018, the shop reopened in Lee, New Hampshire. This rebirth has been celebrated by The Boston Globe, WMUR's New Hampshire Chronicle, The New Hampshire Union Leader, NHPR's Morning Edition, Foster's Daily Democrat, and WGBH's Greater Boston. AVH specializes in fiction and history but carries a select of all genres.
Worth the visit! A gem of a small bookstore in Lee, NH, filled with clean used books, a quiet atmosphere, and helpful owners.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
We toured Flag Hill after the grapes had been harvested, but it was still a beautiful tour and our tour guide was very informative and knowledgeable. After the tour, we enjoyed a "tasting" of several wines along with wonderful cheeses, crackers & olives. There is a very large selection of wines for sale. It was a beautiful day!
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Start a Family Tradition close to home ... Come to Coppal House Farm! Coppal House Farm is a 78-acre diversified family farm located on State highway Route 155 in Lee, NH. Coppal House Farm holds itself to high standards, trying to keep all of its vistas scenic and beautiful. The animals are healthy and active, and the buildings are well maintained and upgrades are part of the growth plans for the farm. Guests always comment on the beauty of the farm. This farm has been in existence since the 1740's and we try to maintain its historical integrity with modern functionality.
Corn maze was a little different this year. No mailboxes for clues and signs instead. Kids went through 3 times. Fun time and a tradition for us. Good times.
4.0 based on 13 reviews
This farm has moved to a new level of family entertainment including haunted overload.In October the farm at night is transformed into a scary treat- a mile long path through woods with skeletons and fantastical artworks.i was scared twice by an exotic woman who wanted me to take spin as a target for her axes! Simply the best.
4.0 based on 1 reviews
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