Odiorne Point’s Uncertain Future

The Sugden house in 1957, in what is now Odiorne Point State Park. On the Mouth of the Piscataqua: Unearthing the Rich History of Odiorne

Seals and Society

Seals and Society exhibition.

Seals and Society: A traveling exhibit from New Bedford Whaling Museum Seacoast Science Center announces that a new traveling exhibition, Seals and Society, is on

Fall Bird Migration on the Seacoast

Stephen Mirick | Guest Contributor As the days grow shorter and the nights get cooler, many birds throughout easternCanada and northeastern New England migrate south

Odiorne Point Transformed by War

Test firing of gun at Fort Dearborn during WWII

On the Mouth of the Piscataqua: Unearthing the Rich History of Odiorne Point, Part 7 Please visit our blog and filter using the hashtag “OPSP History”

Mowed Lawns and Water Fountains

On the Mouth of the Piscataqua: Unearthing the Rich History of Odiorne Point, Part 6 Please visit our blog and filter using the hashtag “OPSP History”

When Did the Tourists Start Showing Up?

On the Mouth of the Piscataqua: Unearthing the Rich History of Odiorne Point, Part 5 Please visit our blog and filter using the hashtag “OPSP History”

Odiorne Point’s Industrious Past

On the Mouth of the Piscataqua: Unearthing the Rich History of Odiorne Point, Part 4 Please visit our blog and filter using the hashtag “OPSP History”

A Great Bay Seal-ebrity

Harbor seal takes up residence in Great Bay and its tributary rivers It is common for boaters to spot seals in the Gulf of Maine,

Seacoast Science Center will be CLOSED today: Friday, April 5, 2024. Our utilities are currently down and need to get repaired before we are able to open for visitors. Thank you for your understanding. 

CLOSED today.

Seacoast Science Center is closed today due to inclement weather.