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Not to be overlooked on land of Portsmouth is beautiful and grand mansion The Moffat-Ladd home and garden. The mansion that is a paradigm example of Georgian architecture is bordered by archaic gardens that cover more than an acre of land. A stroll amongst lovely chestnut trees can be a lifetime experience. The mansion has some exotic woodwork carvings inside that are enough to steal gaze of all visitors.
The Wentworth-Gardner House is another historic Georgian mansion that that too has a tail hanging behind. The place is bedecked with excellent furniture, huge gardens, a barn, a wharf and other buildings.
The Tobias Lear House of Tobias Lear V who served as secretary of George Washington is also a laudable place to go to. The oldest colonial paintings can be relished at worldwide known The Warner House.
In order to have a brush with submarine history and technology, USS Albacore is perfect place. St. Johnís Church where President George Washington had attended services on 1st November 1789, has summoned numerous visitors for all times. The pleasure of Deep Sea Fishing and Whale Watching can be experienced on a five hours cruise to gaze at whales.
Last but not least shopping can be a real fun in Portsmouth for things you purchase will be devoid of sales tax. There is no end to list of material available here. From antiques, jewelry to garments, furniture and food items, all are at hand.
Mansi gupta writes about portsmouth city topics.