Hampton is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population is 14,976 . Located beside the Atlantic Ocean, Hampton is home to Hampton Beach, a summer tourist destination.
There are many attractions here, including the 1940’s style boardwalk of Hampton Beach. But slip off the „beaten path,“ and you’ll discover some of the „other“ great things that this region has to offer,
Fuller Gardens, located in North Hampton is a gardeners paradise. The estate is the home of over 2,000 rosebushes, perennial borders, hundreds of tulips, dozens of dahlias, a conservatory, and a Japanese Garden. Spend some time sitting on a bench and admire this turn-of-the-century formal garden. Nearby Prescott Park in Portsmouth offers demonstration beds, and plentiful perennother notable residence is the 300 year old Warner House, located on Daniel Street. It was built from 1716-18 for Captain Archibald MacPheadris and his bride-nials with fountains serving as a focal point. Brick walkways carry you around the gardens, and benches beckon to those who want to surround themselves with the beautiful blooms.
Portsmouth is home to New Hampshire’s oldest neighborhood and some of the oldest homes in the state. Many of the historic structures can be found on the streets surrounding Strawbery Banke, but if you want a total history experience, we highly recommend visiting the living museum. The Moffat-Ladd House and garden, located on nearby Market Street was built in 1763. It was built by Captain John Moffat, a merchant-trader who hired his crew to build the home. The National Historic Landmark contains period furnishings, some made in the Portsmouth area, a spectacular stairway, and a lovely garden designed by Alexander Hamilton Ladd. The house is open to the public from June through October. The home features dramatic murals that are the oldest Colonial wall paintings still in place in New England. The house is open to the public from June through October. There are many other historic homes within walking distance in Portsmouth, and that’s what makes it such a special place to visit.