Introduction to Seabrook, New Hampshire
Located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and bordering Massachusetts, the town of Seabrook is named after the Seabrook River. It was incorporated as a town in 1768. The Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant was established in the town in 1986.
Seabrook and nearby Attractions
- Seabrook Greyhound Park
- Tuck Museum
- American Independence Museum
- Seacoast Fire Museum
- Child At Heart Art Gallery
Things To Do In Seabrook
The Bartlett Museum, the Tuck Museum, the Seacoast Fire Museum and the American Independence Museum are popular among those wishing to learn more about the area’s history. The Seabrook Greyhound Park is a greyhound racing track and a very popular attraction in the town. Seabrook also organizes a number of recreational events and festivals throughout the year.
Pease International is the nearest major airport.
Seabrook Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at Northern Essex Community College, the University of New Hampshire, North Shore Community College and Merrimack College.