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What to Do
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League of NH Craftsmen
32 Main St., Center Sandwich

Flagship location of this Granite State organization; quality contemporary and traditional works in a range of media.

The Loon Center & Markus Wildlife Center
183 Lee’s Mill Road, Moultonborough

Displays and nature trails celebrating loons and other Granite State wildlife, on 200 acres on Lake Winnipesaukee.

Castle in the Clouds
455 Old Mountain Road, Moultonborough

Iconic Arts & Crafts-style mansion on a 5,000-plus-acre estate in the Ossipee Mountains; 28 miles of hiking trails, plus waterfalls and views of Lake Winnipesaukee.

Governor Wentworth Historic Site
Route 109, Wolfeboro

Ruins of a colonial Northern plantation.

Libby Museum
755 North Main St., Wolfeboro

Natural-history museum and Native American artifacts; featuring 100th-anniversary events this summer.

M/S Mount Washington
211 Lakeside Ave., Weirs Beach

Seasonal scenic day cruises and evening dinner-dance cruises on Winnipesaukee.

Ellacoya State Park
280 Scenic Drive, Gilford

Swimming, picnicking, and camping on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, with mountain views.

Mill Falls Marketplace
312 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith 800-622-6455;
12 retail shops and 7 restaurants, with brick walkways, a 40-foot waterfall, gardens, and views of Winnipesaukee.

Newfound Audubon Center
North Shore Road, Hebron 603-744-3516;
Three sites on the northern end of Newfound Lake: Paradise Point, Hebron Marsh, and Bear Mountain Sanctuary.


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