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Interlakes Summer Theatre - A beautiful, recently renovated and air-conditioned 420 seat proscenium theatre located in the heart of the Lakes Region on Lake Winnipesaukee.

The Village Players - An amateur community theater organization in Wolfeboro. They present three to five productions a year including dramas, comedies, mysteries and major musicals in their 200 seat theater on Glendon Street.

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf - "The Original Adventure Golf," offers an unequaled miniature golf experience! The adventures and legends of infamous pirates come to life in award-winning theme park settings.

Meredith Children's Museum - The Museum is approx. 8,000 sq. feet. The Museum offers an educational, safe, and fun environment for children and their families. Each room of the Museum has a different theme with exhibits to discover imaginative play.

New Hampshire Motor Speedway - New England's largest sports facility. NASCAR, IRL, AMA, Vintage and amateur racing. Events run from April through October.

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park - Family fun resort with camping, swimming, beach, mini golf, and great entertainment. Planned & Supervised Daily Activities for All Ages from Tots to Teens to Adults.

The Barnstormers Theatre - Founded in 1931 by Francis and Alice Cleveland and Ed Goodnow as a resident summer acting company. The Barnstormers is America's oldest professional summer theatre.

Funspot - It is the largest arcade in the world with the largest selection of classic games anywhere! It provides quality entertainment in an atmosphere right for the whole family! And its array of fun is continually growing.

New Hampshire Boat Museum - Included in this exciting exhibit are boats ranging from 10' to 26', marine signs, poster work, outboard motors, lake artifacts, and memorabilia.

Wright Museum of WWII History - Dedicated to teaching present and future generations about the conditions on and the contributions of the American Home Front during the Second World War (1939-1945). The Wright Museum engages in the collection, preservation, and exhibition of memorabilia, books, films, records, vehicles, and other relevant artifacts.

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm - Explore the family's home with its antique period furnishings. Marvel at early medical history and see what a doctor's office would have looked like in the days of the horse and buggy and Model T's.

Lake Winnipesaukee Museum - Those at the museum are dedicated to preserving the history of Lake Winnipesaukee and the towns that circle its shores.

Polar Caves Park - Offers spectacular views and a glacially formed network of caves. These caves, unlike the typical caves most people think of, were not formed by water but by glaciers over 50,000 years ago.

Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad - Enjoy a nostalgic scenic excursion along the shores of the lake. Travel between Meredith and Lakeport always within view of the lake. The railroad line was built in 1849 before any development occurred on the then remote lake.

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center - From bears to bobcats, owls to otters, this natural science center provides everyone with an opportunity to see wildlife close up and learn about their habitats.

Castle in the Clouds - The incredible beauty of the Ossipee Mountains and sweeping views of Lake Winnipesaukee surrounds the historic 'Lucknow Estate', commonly known as the legendary Castle in the Clouds! Enjoy a tour of the Estate, ride horseback on miles of trails, or visit the Castle Springs natural spring water bottling plant.