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Posted on: January 22, 2018

[ARCHIVED] The NH Fun Pass - Available for purchase

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Lebanon Recreation is offering The Fun Pass by Breathe NH!  The Fun Pass Coupon Books are $35.00 each and can be purchased online, or at Lebanon Recreation and Parks.  Receive incredible savings at amusement parks, zoos, museums, water parks, whale watches, and more.   Call 603-448-5121 if you have questions, or visit Breathe NH online.

2018 Fun Pass…  Your Ticket to the Best Values in New England 

For only $35, you get coupons worth $2,000 to more than 100 favorite New England family attractions! Kick off the ski season with lift tickets and more to Loon Mountain, Gunstock, Cannon, Waterville Valley and many other ski attractions (please note: NH February school vacation, 2/26/18-3/2/18, is NOT blacked out) ; enjoy Story Land, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston, York’s Wild Kingdom, Old Sturbridge Village, zip lines and adventure parks, amusement and water parks like Whale’s Tale, Water Country, and Funtown Splashtown, whale watches, museums, Edaville Family Theme Park and many more.

New attractions for 2018 include SkyVenture NH (2 coupons- indoor skydiving and indoor surfing), Monkey Trunks Zipline Parks, Cowabunga’s, NH Fisher Cats, Attitash Mountain, Wildcat Mountain, White Mountain Aquatic Center, Jam Time, Lupa Zoo, Rock Spot Climbing (MA and RI), Launch Trampoline Park-Hartford, Imagine Nation and Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo.

Many coupons admit a child 12 and under free or at a discounted rate with a paying adult, so with one visit to some attractions, you cover the cost of the Fun Pass. Offers and deals vary by attraction. How much can you save? Go to to see.

The Fun Pass can be used as a road map to explore new places in New England and create family memories to last a lifetime.

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