We welcome you to Mad*Pow Portsmouth! Located in the heart of the New Hampshire's historic seacoast.
Here's the guide to getting here. We look forward to seeing you soon!
We're located just 60 miles from Boston with a public bus into Portsmouth. Visit Portsmouth C&J for public transportation from Boston to Portsmouth. Note that you will need to take a cab or trolley from the Portsmouth bus stop to downtown.
There is a parking garage behind the Mad*Pow building at 34 Hanover Street $1.75 an hour. There is also street parking available in front of the building with meters. For the full list of parking options, view the Portsmouth Parking Map.
Once you get here:
- Our door is at 27 Congress Street, in between Gus and Ruby and
The Thirsty Moose
- Climb up the stairs, or use the elevator located behind the stairs
- Take a seat! A Mad*Pow'er will greet you upon your arrival
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