8 Best Things in Tyngsborough 

1.The Butterfly Place-In a kaleidoscope of colors, these insects can be seen in flight, soaking up the sunshine on leaves, or sipping nectar from the many flowers.

2.Parlee Farms-The pick-your-own fruit season at Parlee Farms is a long one, beginning with strawberries in mid-June and ending with pumpkins in late October.

3.Lowell-Dracut-Tyngsboro State Forest-The single largest body of water, Lake Althea, is in the Tyngsborough part of the forest, with a car-top boat launch on Althea Avenue.

4.Old Town Hall-Tyngsborough’s most treasured historical building is the Old Town Hall, a fine wood-frame structure raised in 1834.

5.Sullivan Farms Homemade Ice Cream-there’s one flavor you absolutely need to try it’s the Vanilla Fudge Brownie, made with generous chunks of chewy brownie.

6.Mascuppic Lake-Set within a park,the beach has more than 250-feet of sandy shoreline,a walk-in boat launch,a playground,picnic tables,a restroom and tetherball.

7.Pheasant Lane Mall-Just over the line sits one of the largest malls in New Hampshire, with close to 140 stores and services.

8.Sherburne Nature Center-The Sherburne Nature Center has four well-marked trails to navigate, with sections of boardwalk over damper ground.

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