- TripBuzz found 140 things to do with kids in or near Moultonborough, New Hampshire, including 136 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wolfeboro, North Conway, Conway and Lincoln.
- From Riding In The Clouds to Paradise Falls Mini Golf, the Moultonborough area offers 87 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Mini Golf, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Horseback Riding.
- Bordered by Lake Winnipesaukee and Squam Lake is the small town of Moultonborough. The most famous site in town is the Castle In The Clouds, a stone mansion estate in the Ossipee Mountains that has become a tourist attraction. Other points of interest include the historic Old Country Store and the areas local parade.
New Hampshire State House is the oldest state capital building in the United States. The State House features a variety of permanent and rotating exhibits and offers tours to individuals, groups, schools, and civic organizations.
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Rte. 4A, Enfield, NH MoreLess Info
Located on a 200-year old site, the Enfield Shaker Museum preserves Shaker artifacts, tools and lifestyle, with guided tours available at the Great Stone dwelling – the largest Shaker building ever constructed. Enjoy exhibits, craft demonstrations and concerts, or explore the herb and flower gardens and groun…
A small, independent theater, Red River Theatres screens art house films, documentaries, and foreign and independent offerings. The concession stand offers beer, wine, and coffee in addition to traditional theater fare.
Featuring the state's best classical musicians, the Granite State Symphony Orchestra is dedicated to providing musicians with the chance to play a variety of meaningful pieces as well as spreading music culture throughout the state.
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22 East Main St., Warner, NH MoreLess Info
All types of memorabilia related to the telephone are available at the New Hampshire Telephone Museum. Group tours by reservation, are offered by the museum to include seeing old telephones, books and various tools of the telephone trade.