- Our list of the best things to do in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, features the top 166 nearby activities — including 77 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bretton Woods, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Winter Activities.
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408 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH 3894 MoreLess Info
The Wolfeboro Area Recreation Association runs one of Wolfeboro's most respected recreation and sports play areas. Known by locals as The Nick the recreation area is home to seven playing fields, a running track and a walking path.
Otherwise known as The Official Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, Meadowbrook is a music performance venue in Gilford, New Hampshire. Patrons enjoy open-air seating, excellent acoustics and top-notch entertainment by bands such as ZZ Top.
The heritage and life on the waters of New Hampshire is upheld by collections at the New Hampshire Boat Museum. Educational programs targeted toward children are considered the foundations of the museum, but other boating events are also held.
Since 1974, Pepi Herrmann has been hand-cutting glass, now displayed at the Pepi Herrmann Crystal Gallery & Museum. The museum features an array of beautiful, hand-cut crystal items including vases, glassware, ornaments, jewelry and a Cinderella glass slipper.
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314 Old Lake Shore Road, Gilford, NH 3249 MoreLess Info
Gilford Hills Tennis & Fitness Club is an indoor tennis facility that offers leagues, instruction, and travel teams. The club also features racquetball courts and offers a variety of fitness classes and equipment.
America during the height of World War II is covered through several exhibits at The Wright Museum. Rather than looking specifically at the soldiers who were on the battlefields, the museum prefers to exhibit the heroic efforts of ordinary people.