- Our list of the best things to do in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, features the top 88 nearby activities — including 38 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Wolfeboro, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Wolfeboro, NH , followed by 68 popular activities in nearby cities, including Meredith, Laconia, Gilford, Weirs Beach, Moultonborough, Tamworth, Tilton, Rochester, Holderness, Chocorua and Canterbury
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.
Rather than a simple hiking trail, the Cotton Valley Trail is essentially a system of rail cars that run along the former Wolfeboro Railroad structures. Currently, there are 17 miles of railway being used along with the restored Fernald Station.
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.
Full Moon Paddleboard offers basic and premium board rentals as well as paddleboard lessons by WPA certified instructors. Their specialty is a floating asana practice which fuses yoga and paddleboarding for a unique approach to fitness.
Providing a variety of paddleboarding services, Stand Up Paddleboard NH offers both group and private stand up paddleboarding lessons. Rental and delivery services are also available as well as tours and race training.
Visitors can learn the basics of horseback riding and horse care by taking private lessons at High Meadows Farms. Visitors can go on trial rides on the property, or simply check out the stables to see the horses.
Originally built in 1778, the Clark House Museum was donated by the Clark Family for historic preservation. Its rooms are furnished with period antiques and curiosities. Also on-site is a Firehouse with antique fire trucks and a schoolhouse from 1805.