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Located on the Atlantic coast in scenic New Hampshire, Portsmouth combines small-town charm with natural beauty and access to big-city amenities.

The Best of All Worlds

The third oldest city in the country, Portsmouth is a harbor town perched near the mouth of the Piscataqua River. Regularly listed among "the best places to live in America," Portsmouth is the hub of a metropolitan region that includes the cities of Rochester and Dover, N.H., and several historic towns.

This city of 21,000 is rich in resources and amenities:

  • A beautiful setting that includes the ocean, lakes and mountains
  • Abundant historical and cultural attractions including museums, concerts and theater
  • Proximity to metropolitan areas such as Portland, Maine, and Boston–only an hour away
  • A healthy economy spurred in part by the redevelopment of Pease Air Force Base
  • Access to major regional airports
  • Safe neighborhoods
  • Excellent public schools and a wealth of higher education offerings
  • No local income or sales tax

More Reasons to Love Portsmouth

Here's what others have said about this enchanting small city:

  • Prevention Magazine named Portsmouth one of the top 100 walking cities in America.
  • The National Trust for Historic Preservation named Portsmouth to its list of America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations, calling the city "one of the most culturally rich destinations in the country with a stimulating mix of historic buildings, sidewalk cafes, great restaurants, art galleries, jazz clubs and distinctive artisans' boutiques."
  • Forbes Traveler listed Portsmouth as one of America's Prettiest Towns.

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Learn about life in nearby Southern New Hampshire and our sister hospital, Parkland Medical Center.