The Polar Caves were formed about fifty thousand years ago as the third continental glacier descended over New Hampshire's White Mountains. When the ice retreated, it left behind an amazing series of caves and passageways for visitors to explore. Self-guided tours take you to the rock garden and nature trails and through the caves.
Through spectacular live animal exhibits, natural science education programs, and lake cruises, Squam Lakes Natural Science Center has educated and enlightened visitors for over forty years about our natural world.
offers a variety of musical, poetry, theater and cultural events that are performed by the University's Theater and Music Department and outside professional performers. Performances are held year round and are open to the public.
is bringing the latest, hottest and very best of entertainment to town for everyone to enjoy. From folk, blues and rock music, films and art exhibits, to children's programs and community theater, "there is always something happening" in downtown Plymouth!