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Explore Rye, New Hampshire

Learn more about the best places to stay, eat, and play in Rye. Powered by first-hand advice from millions of travelers, TripAdvisor offers 703 reviews and 207 candid photos for 5 lodging options and 19 restaurants to help you plan the perfect trip to Rye.
Petey's Summertime Seafood
Where to eat Choose from 19 restaurants in Rye, such as Petey's Summertime Seafood. Here's what a recent traveler wrote about this restaurant: "Without a doubt this is the best seafood on the seacoast. Their reputation is for their fried foods, but I don't each fried food....so, I can honestly tell you that the broiled seafood is...". Some of the most popular kinds of cuisine in Rye include Seafood, Dessert, and American. See all Rye restaurants.
Odiorne Point State Park
Popular Rye attractions Make the most of your visit to Rye with fun things to do by day and night. Here are what recent travelers to Rye say about their experiences at some of the top attractions in Rye: Odiorne Point State Park: "Odiorne Point State Park is an outstanding park to enjoy all that nature has to offer along the New Hampshire seacoast. A great place for walks, photography and picnics for young and old. Highly..." Seacoast Science Center: "An outstanding place for children to include adults. The exhibits provide a real learning experience for young and old alike." Rye Harbor State Park: "Great harbor views of boats and sailboats. Long rock cliff to climb and walk out on. Bathrooms open during season but closed by October." To find more fun things to do in Rye, view all Rye attractions.
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