Most New Hampshirites Have Never Heard Of This Fascinating Boat Museum

With just about 18 miles of coast, it might come as a surprise that New Hampshire has such a rich nautical history. The coast is full of islands and lighthouses. Plus, there are plenty of spot to jump in a boat and enjoy the waterways that flow throughout the state. If this is new to you you’ll want to check out one of our favorite under-the-radar museums, located in Wolfeboro.

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The New Hampshire Boat Museum has different hours depending on the time of year. They’re open from Memorial Day weekend in May through Father’s Day in June Thursday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday noon to 4 p.m. From Father’s Day in June through Labor Day in September they’re open the same hours with the addition of Tuesday and Wednesday. From Labor Day through Columbus Day in October, they go back to a Thursday through Sunday schedule. They allow weekday visits with an appointment made 48 hours in advance. You can learn more about them by checking out their website, or visit them on Facebook. Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for seniors and students. Children 13 and under, members and active military and their families can visit free. They can be reached on 603-569-4554.

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Address: 399 Center St, Wolfeboro, NH 03894, USA