The Polar Caves in Plymouth, NH is a great family tourist stop. It includes a series of caves and passages formed by the falling of massive boulders nearly 50,000 years ago as the third continental glacier moved southward over New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
You can explore the Rock Garden, a jumble of glacially deposited granite boulders and take a self-guided tour of the caves. Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., early May to late October, weather permitting.
They also offer gemstone and fossil mining for the kids, a gift shop and ample picnic spots. Kids can also visit with the animals, which include Fallow Deer, Pheasants from around the world, Peacocks, Swans and a wide variety of ducks. We try to visit every year.
For a limited time, the Polar Caves in Plymouth, NH is offering a “buy one, get one admission for free”. The offer is valid Monday – Friday only and expires June 19, 2009.
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