Lakes Region Itineraries for Groups of All Sizes

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Adventure and excitement with your school group in the Lakes Region

Lakes Region Student Group Itinerary

From active adventure with hiking; zip lines; mountain coaster and other aerial adventure parks to historical attractions and museums to waterparks. The Lakes Region and Central New Hampshire offers your student groups a lot of choices to full your entire trip. You can visit a working farm; find your clues to escape the room at one of four different Escape Rooms then take a scenic train ride and learn about the railroad history in New Hampshire. Here is a sample of the activities and attractions. We can customize your itinerary to include a little of everything for your group.

Active Adventure
Alpine Adventures Outdoor Recreation – Lincoln

Zip line Canopy Tours & off Road Adventures. Soar 200′ above the forest floor at speeds up to 60 mph on over 3 miles of Ziplines, bridges & platforms on 3 different Zipline courses. Fabulous views of the White Mountains and professional guide staff. New-“Thrillsville” aerial adventure park too! Tours run year round.

41 Main Street, Rte 112 – Lincoln, NH 03251

603-745-9911 –

http://www.alpinezipline.com

info@alpinezipline.com

Attitash Mountain Resort – Bartlett

In winter, skiers and snowboarders enjoy two peaks, Attitash & Bear Peak, offering a variety of terrain across 73 trails with modern snowmaking. It is the original summer fun ski resort with North America’s longest Alpine Slides, new year round Mountain Coaster, waterslides, Oktoberfest and more.

775 Route 302 – Bartlett, NH 03812

603-374-2600

http://www.attitash.com/

Bretton Woods Canopy Tour – Bretton Woods

Nature hike meets thrill ride. Ten high-flying zip lines, two sky bridges and three rappels, finishing on an 800 foot dual zip. Open year round! Located at Bretton Woods – NH’s largest ski area.

99 Ski Area Rd., Route 302 – Bretton Woods, NH 03575

(800) 258-0330 |  (603) 278-4ZIP (4947)

http://www.brettonwoods.com/

mwcanopydesk1@omnihotels.com

Candia Springs Adventure Park – Candia

Candia Springs Adventure Park offers activities for everyone. In addition to the four water slides and small pool, Candia Springs offers an adventure challenge course with different obstacles as well as ziplines and an off-road tour. Candia Springs is proud to be a sister park to Alpine Adventures and Whales Tale Waterpark, both in Lincoln, NH.

446 Raymond Road – Candia, New Hampshire 03034

603-587-2093

http://www.candiasprings.com/

Gunstock Mountain Adventure Park – Gilford

Gunstock Mountain Resort is the perfect place for adventure and outdoor fun all year round. Fly on some of the longest Zip Lines in the country, channel your inner flying squirrel on New England’s Largest Aerial Obstacle Course, or take an Off-Road Segway tour on our expansive Nordic trail system.

718 Cherry Valley Road – Gilford, NH 03249

603-293-434

http://www.gunstock.com/

gunstock@gunstock.com

Laconia Paintball – Weirs Beach

Laconia Paintball has arrived in the Lakes Region! 22 Acres of FUN!  Newbies welcome!  Three fields of play, perfect for Birthday Parties, Corporate Team play, Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties,   Players 10 years and up.  Download waiver at www.laconiapaintball.com  Newest paintball field in NH situated in the Lakes Region. Across from FUNSPOT.

492 Endicott Street North – Weirs Beach, NH 03246

603-366-0999

http://www.laconiapaintball.com/

info@laconiapaintball.com 

Monkey Trunks High Ropes and Zipline Adventure Park

Monkey Trunks offers fun for children, adults and families! Monkey Trunks courses feature ziplines, swinging beams, tightropes, rolling logs, hanging tires, cargo nets and more! Our Weirs Beach location alone has 4 ziplines, including one over a pond, as well as a 35-foot-high giant swing, and is open at night to swing under the lights. All three Monkey Trunks locations include a children’s course on a smaller scale for the littlest of monkeys, with platforms no more than 6’ off the ground. The children’s courses include 6-8 challenges with an 80’ zipline at the finish. Reservations are encouraged and can be made anytime online at www.monkeytrunks.com or by phone at (603)367-4427.

579 Endicott Street North – Laconia, NH 03246

603-367-4427

http://www.monkeytrunks.com/

info@monkeytrunks.com

OSG Paintball – Center Barnstead

OSG Paintball is New England’s #1 paintball destination! Play our new Star Wars themed field!  11 fields across 43 acres.  Family Friendly.  The largest paintball park in New England.  We specialize in games for corporate outings, birthday parties, bachelor/bachelorette parties, or just for fun. Open for walk on play every Saturday and Sunday. Private games are available 7 days a week.

1053 North Barnstead Road – Center Barnstead, NH 03225

1-800-707-7529

http://www.osgpaintball.com/

info@osgpaintball.com

Polar Caves Park – Rumney

Explore America’s most sensational glacial caves at Polar Caves! Tour our natural scenic attraction now featuring 9 glacial caves either on your own or with a guide. Find your way through the boulder maze. Learn why NH is called “The Granite State”. Feed the fallow deer, ducks and pheasants. Find gems and minerals in the Polar Mining Sluice. A Family Adventure since 1922!

705 Rumney Route 25 – Rumney, NH 03266

603-536-1888

http://www.polarcaves.com/

info@polarcaves.com

Whale’s Tale Water Park – Lincoln

Whether you’re looking to chill out, thrill out, lay out or play out, you and your family can do that & more at Whale’s Tale! Checkout the NEW Bonsai Pipeline, our biggest ride yet! Open Mid-June to Labor Day. 481 Daniel Webster Highway (US Rt. 3) – Lincoln, NH 03251

603-745-8810

http://www.whalestalewaterpark.net/

info@whalestalewaterpark.net

Wildcat Mountain – Jackson

Wildcat Mountain, located 100% within the White Mountain National Forest, has been offering visitors #1 scenery in the East & world class skiing, riding, and outdoor recreation including New Hampshire’s highest summer scenic gondola and only ZipRider.

542 Route 16 – Jackson, NH 03846

603-466-3326 x 216

http://www.skiwildcat.com/

Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad & Dinner Train – Meredith Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad departs Meredith & Weirs Beach daily late June thru Labor Day, Weekends, Memorial Day weekend thru mid-June, Sept & Oct. Call 603-745-2135 for schedule & fares. Ask about our dinner trains & themed rides.

154 Main Street – Meredith, NH

603-745-2135

http://www.hoborr.com/

ride@hoborr.com

Educational, History & Animal Adventures
America’s Stonehenge – Salem

4,000 year old megalithic site and astronomical calendar built by an ancient culture. New visitors’ center and gift shop. Snowshoeing. Rentals available. Open Year-round.

105 Haverhill Road – Salem, NH 03079

603-893-8300

http://www.stonehengeusa.com/

info@stonehengeusa.com

Belknap Mill Society – Laconia

Built in 1823, the Belknap Mill is the oldest, unaltered brick textile mill in America and the “Official Meeting House of New Hampshire”.  Museum tours and private function space are available. The historic venue is a great setting for bus tour groups, weddings, private events/functions and meetings. The Mill also features a gift Shop and art gallery where local artisans sell and display their works. Limited office space rentals are also available for those who love the original mill atmosphere. Museum and gift shop are open Tuesdays and Thursdays 12p-6p year-round.  A tour guide for the museum is available on Thursdays.

25 Beacon Street East Laconia, NH 03246

603-524-8813

http://www.belknapmill.org/

admin@belknapmill.org

Canterbury Shaker Village – Canterbury Canterbury Shaker Village preserves the 200-year Shaker legacy of innovative design, entrepreneurship and simple living. Includes 25 restored original and four reconstructed Shaker buildings on 694 acres, cafe, store. Open May-November.

288 Shaker Road – Canterbury, NH

03224 603-783-9511 –

http://www.shakers.org/

info@shakers.org

Castle in the Clouds – Moultonborough

Enjoy truly breathtaking views from this spectacular turn-of-the-century sixteen-room Arts & Crafts mansion overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee. Walk or hike our 45-miles of trails, riding stables open 7 days a week, horseback or pony rides, stroll the winding paths along beautiful gardens and gorgeous waterfalls, feed the giant trout in Shannon Pond, visit our New Hampshire-themed gift shop and our new Art Gallery. Enjoy a delicious lunch, snack and refreshments at our Carriage House Café and Patio.

Open weekends starting May 12th, 2017
Open every day starting May 29th, 2017

455 Old Mountain Road – Moultonborough, NH 03254

603-476-5900 –

http://www.castleintheclouds.org/

Heritage Farm Pancake House, Petting Farm & Stables – Sanbornton

Pancake house serving a traditional family style breakfast with farm fresh eggs, homemade pancakes and real NH Maple Syrup & Bacon from the Fox Country Smoke House. Visit the Petting Farm Animals, take a maple syrup tour and wagon ride, or come by for the Haunted House at Halloween. Add November & December Friday & Saturday 7:30 – 12:30

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15 Parker Hill Road-  Sanbornton, NH 03269

603-524-5400 –

http://www.heritagefarmpancakehouse.com/

Swains@HeritageFarmPancakeHouse.com

Loon Center (The) – Moultonborough

Located on the Markus Wildlife Sanctuary, the Loon Center offers nature trails, exhibits, videos, and The Loon’s Feather Gift Shop. Admission Free. Open 9-5 Mon – Sat, mid May – July 1; 9-5 every day, July 1 – Columbus Day; 9-5 Thur – Sat, mid Oct – mid May. From Route 25 in Moultonborough, turn on Blake Road to Lee’s Mills Rd. and follow signs.

183 Lee’s Mill Road –  Moultonborough, NH 03254

603-476-5666

http://www.loon.org/

Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum – Warner

MKIM offers a fascinating journey into the world of the American Indian. Learn how these cultures lived in harmony with all of nature. Our guided tours take you through 12,000 years of history, with over 1,000 artifacts on display representing native material culture of yesterday and today. The outdoor Medicine Woods Nature Trail guides you through terrain planted with various plants, bushes, trees and herbs used by American Indians for food, medicines, tools and dyes.

18 Highlawn Road – Warner, NH 03278

603-456-2600

http://www.indianmuseum.org/

\info@indianmuseum.org

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm – Tamworth

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm is an historic working farmstead. Blending the past with the present to explore over 200 years of rural living through the lives and contributions of two country doctors. New Hampshire history, pastimes and lore. Open year-round!

58 Cleveland Hill Road – Tamworth, NH 03886

603-323-7591

1-800-686-6117

http://www.remickmuseum.org/

marketing@remickmuseum.org

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center – Holderness Nearer to Nature! Live native animals in trailside enclosures, hands-on interactive exhibits, children’s activity center and playscape, guided pontoon cruises on pristine Squam Lake.  Howling Coyote Gift Shop features nature-related items.  Trails are open daily May 1- Nov 1, 9:30 am to 5 pm (last trail admission at 3:30 pm). Cruises offered daily May-Oct. 23 Science Center Road – Holderness, NH 03245 603-968-7194 –  http://www.nhnature.org/ info@nhnature.org

Fun, Entertainment and Historic
American Classic Arcade Museum & Funspot – Weirs Beach Relive the days when Pac Man, Frogger and Donkey Kong ruled with over 250 classic video and pinball games! Play CASH Bingo and pull tabs supporting ACAM on Tuesday nights starting at 6:45 in the Funspot Bingo Hall. Fun for all ages. Located on the 3rd floor of Funspot Entertainment Supercenter. Route 3 – Weirs Beach, New Hampshire 03247 603-393-7903 –  http://www.ClassicArcadeMuseum.org/ Funspot – Weirs Beach Funspot is the Largest Arcade in the World!  Over 600 games, including a huge collection of Classic Videos and Pinballs as well as Prize Games and Kiddie Rides.  20 Lane Bowling Center featuring auto scoring and bumpers, 18 Hole Indoor Mini-Golf, D.A. Long Tavern, 400 seat Bingo Hall, Braggin’ Dragon Restaurant.  Group & corporate outings. Free Party Areas. Monkey Runks Zip Lines & Jordan’s Ice Creamery on Site.  Your Family Entertainment Super Center Since 1952.  Open All year Route 3, 579 Endicott St. North – Weirs Beach, NH 03247 603-366-4377  – http://www.funspotnh.com/ Clark’s Trading Post – Lincoln Affordable family entertainment since 1928. Bear shows, amazing circus acts, and steam train ride into “Wolfman’s Territory”, museum, rides and more! 110 US Route 3 – Lincoln, NH 03251 603-745-8913 – http://www.clarkstradingpost.com/ info@clarkstradingpost.com Crack the Code Escape Room – Meredith You and your friends have 60 minutes to decipher clues, solve mysteries, complete a mission and escape the room!  Our rooms accommodate up to 10 people. In addition to escape room experiences, we offer team building exercises run by our trained staff in our spacious facility and conference room. Innovative entertainment! Fun for family & friends!  Open Wed-Sun Year-Round 1:00pm-10;00pm or by appointment. 8 Maple Street – Meredith, New Hampshire 03253 603-279-4028 –  http://www.crackthecodenh.com/ info@crackthecodenh.com Escape Hour House – Gilford One of NH Lakes Region’s only interactive Escape Room venues featuring two challenging theme rooms. Located in Gilford just off the bypass.  “The most fun you will have with your group in a long time!” Area 51 Conspiracy, hoax, or the truth? Find out for yourself, and then get out! The Russian Connection– All is not as innocent as it seems! 401 Gilford Avenue – Gilford, New Hampshire 03249 http://www.escapehourhouse.com/ info@escapehourhouse.com Escape Room Concord New Hampshire – Concord Escape Room Concord NH is one of the newest escape rooms in the granite state and offers interesting themes and electronics! We currently offer Escape the Library and plan on releasing escape the Sanctuary by the end of Summer. Watch out for our upcoming Escape the Elevator in the Fall. Make your reservation today! 240 Airport Road – Concord, New Hampshire 03301 603-225-2271 –  http://www.escaperoomconcordnh.com/ info@escaperoomconcordnh.com The Escape Room Experience – Laconia The Escape Room Experience offers an immersive adventure that everyone will love.  Great fun for families, couples, groups and are popular for team building exercises. Located in Laconia. 555 Main Street – Laconia, New Hampshire 03246 603-366-6296 – http://www.theescaperoomexperience.live/ info@theescaperoomexperience.live M/S Mount Washington Cruises – Weirs Beach Cruise Beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington. No visit to New Hampshire is complete without a cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington. This beautiful crystal clear lake offer some of the most spectacular scenery in all of New England. It is surrounded by mountain ranges and contains more than 300 islands. Located in NH’s Lakes Region it covers 72 square miles and is the largest lake in New Hampshire. The M/S Mount Washington is a 230 foot excursion cruise ship which has been a Lake Winnipesaukee tradition for more than 140 years. It offers scenic daytime and evening sunset dinner & dance cruises on this beautiful lake from May through October. From Weirs Beach daily. Also serving Wolfeboro, Alton Bay, Meredith and Center Harbor. 211 Lakeside Ave – Weirs Beach, NH 03246 603-366-5531, (888) THE MOUNT (843-6686) http://www.CruiseNH.com/ info@CruiseNH.com Kellerhaus – Weirs Beach A tradition since 1906. Ice cream sundae buffet, homemade candies, unique gifts, awesome view. Open Year-round. 259 Endicott St North – Weirs Beach, NH 03247 603-366-4466, 888-KLR-HAUS http://www.kellerhaus.com/ info@kellerhaus.com

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Winnipesaukee Cruise & Castle Tour

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8:30am

Begin your day with a homemade waffle buffet breakfast or a homemade ice cream smorgasbord later in the day at Kellerhaus. You can enjoy beautiful scenery during breakfast then peruse the large gift shop and sample homemade candies and ice cream. A tradition since 1906. Open year-round.

Rte 3, 259 Endicott St N Weirs Beach, NH 03247

(603) 366-4466 www.kellerhaus.com

9:45am

Arrive at Weirs Beach boardwalk.

10:00am

MS Mount Washington – Lake Winnipesaukee Cruise returning at 12:30. Weirs Beach Daily Cruises depart at 10:00 & 12:30. www.cruisenh.com

12:45pm Lunch *

Weirs Beach Area – Group Friendly

NazBar & Grill at the NASWA Resort – I mile from Weirs Beach Boardwalk
T-BONES / Cactus Jack’s – 5 miles from Weirs Beach Boardwalk
Hart’s Turkey Farm – Meredith – 8 miles from Weirs Beach Boardwalk

1:45pm

Mill Falls Marketplace – Meredith

Enjoy a view of the lake and a 40’ waterfall while shopping in 12 unique shops and dining in five great restaurants. Open year-round.
312 Daniel Webster Highway, Rte 3 & 25 Meredith, NH 03253 (603) 279-7006 www.millfalls.com

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1:45pm

American Police Motorcycle Museum – Meredith

Police motorcycles with interactive exhibits and a special children’s area. Wear the uniform and sit on a 1948 police motorcycle and much more.

194 Daniel Webster Highway Meredith, NH 03253
(603) 279-6387
www.americanpolicemotorcyclemuseum.com

2:45pm

Depart for Castle in the Clouds

3:00-4:30pm

Castle in the Clouds – Moultonborough

Enjoy truly breathtaking views from this spectacular turn-of-the-century sixteen-room mansion overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee. Enjoy delicious lunch, snack and refreshments at our Carriage House Café and Patio.

Rte 171, 455 Old Mountain Road Moultonborough, NH 03254
(603) 476-5900
www.castleintheclouds.org

*Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus and lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.

 

Canterbury, Tilton & Squam Lake

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10:00 – 11:30am
Canterbury Shaker Village – Canterbury
National Historic Landmark preserving 200 years of Shaker life on 694 acres, 25 original buildings, gardens, trails, a great Museum Store and Greenwood’s Restaurant. Learn about the fascinating history of the Canterbury Shakers through guided tours, self-guided buildings and exhibits and visits with our skilled artisans as they create traditional Shaker-style products such as traditional oval boxes, brooms, and textiles. Open daily, May – October and Weekends November, December & April.
www.shakers.org

12:00pm
Lunch*
Canterbury Shaker Village
Tilton Diner – Tilton (20 minute drive )
Pizzeria Uno – Tanger Outlet Center, Tilton (20 minute drive)
Greenside Restaurant at Lochmere Country Club, Tilton (20 minute drive)

1:00 – 2:30pm
Tanger Outlet Center – Tilton
Brands you know. Choices you want. Prices you’ll love. Shop tax-free at over 50 outlet stores including: Aeropostale, Bass, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Carter’s, Harry and David, Kitchen Collection, Jockey, Lane Bryant, Perfumania, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Yankee Candle and more.
Take I-93, then Left at Exit 20. ATM, playground, Uno Chicago Grill &
Starbucks Coffee all on-site.
www.tangeroutlet.com/tilton

3:00 – 4:30pm
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center & Cruises – Holderness
Your group tour can get nearer to nature at the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. On Golden Pond was filmed on Squam Lake. Experience
native wildlife – including black bears, mountain lion, bobcats, raptors and owls – on our ¾ mile interactive exhibit trail, Enjoy a 90-minute
guided nature cruise on Squam Lake, Explore beautiful Kirkwood Gardens and experience natural science programs for all ages.
23 Science Center Road Holderness, NH 03245 (603) 968-7194
www.nhnature.org

5:00pm
Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad Dinner Train – Meredith Turkey Dinner Train catered by Hart’s Turkey Farm. Reservations must be made in advance. Groups love this experience.
154 Main Street, Meredith 03253 603-745-2135
www.hoborr.com

 

*Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus and lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.

 

Wolfeboro - America’s Oldest Summer Resort

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10:00 – 11:30am
Wright Museum of WWII History – Wolfeboro
The Wright Museum celebrates the contributions of the American people, both on the homefront and in battle during World War II.
PO Box 1212, 77 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894
(603) 569-1212
www.wrightmuseum.org

11:45am
Arrive at Wolfeboro town docks.

12:00 – 1:30pm
Pre-arranged Luncheon Cruise on Winnipesaukee Belle*
70-foot replica turn-of-the-century paddle boat. Accommodates up to 150 people.
www.winnipesaukeebelle.com

1:30 – 2:30pm
Explore the Wolfeboro lakeside downtown shops

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NH Boat Museum
The exhibits feature the boating history and heritage of NH’s lakes and rivers. Events, Programs & Hands-on Activities. Museum Store. Open
Memorial Day Weekend-Columbus Day.
399 Center Street, Route 28, Wolfeboro, NH 03896
(603) 569-4554
www.nhbm.org

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Wolfeboro Trolley Company – Wolfeboro
Narrrated Tours of the Oldest Summer Resort in America. Scenic views of Lake Winnipesaukee.
60 N. Main St
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
(603) 569-1080
www.wolfeborotrolley.com

2:30pm
Depart for Castle in the Clouds

3:00-4:30pm
Castle in the Clouds – Moultonborough
Enjoy truly breathtaking views from this spectacular turn-of-the-century sixteen-room mansion overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee. Enjoy a delicious lunch, snack and refreshments at our Carriage House Café and Patio.
Rte 171, 455 Old Mountain Road Moultonborough, NH 03254
(603) 476-5900
www.castleintheclouds.org

 

*Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus
and lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.

White Mountains - Option One

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9:00 – 11:00am
Polar Caves
A natural scenic attraction now featuring 9 glacial caves. Self-guided tours take you to the rock garden and nature trails and through the caves.
705 Rumney Route 25 Rumney, NH 03266
(603) 536-1888
www.polarcaves.com

11:30 – 1:00pm
Lunch and Brewery Tour
Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery – North Woodstock
The legendary craft Brewery located at the Woodstock Inn has won many national awards for its ales. Complementing the Brewery are 2 restaurants: The Clement Room Grill, an upscale Bistro and the Woodstock Station, 4 year winner of Best of NH Award and “A Hidden Gem” By The Phantom Gourmet. “Learn to Brew” Weekends, Beer Garden, and Brewery tours
daily at noon.
135 Main Street North Woodstock, NH 03262
(603) 745-3951
www.WoodstockInnBrewery.com

1:15 – 3:30pm
Clark’s Trading Post
Quality family entertainment for over 80 years! Enjoy a trained bear performance, a steam train ride through Wolfman’s Territory and the amazing Yandong Chinese Acrobatic Troupe. Specialty Shops and the largest Gift Shop in the White Mountains.
110 Daniel Webster Hwy, Route 3, Lincoln 03251
(603) 745-8913
www.clarkstradingpost.com

4:00 – 5:30pm
Cannon Mt. Tramway
80-passenger aerial tramway that whisks you 4,100-foot summit for outstanding views of the White Mountains and into Maine, Vermont
and even Canada.
I-93, Exit 34B, Franconia Notch NH 03580
(603) 823-8800
www.cannonmt.com

Starting at 5:30pm (times vary by season)
Pemi Valley Excursion
A 2 1/2 to 3 hour journey through the majestic White Mountains in search of the gentle giant of the North Country.
Rt. 112, Main Street Lincoln, NH 03251
(603) 745-2744
www.moosetoursnh.com

Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus and
lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.

 

White Mountains - Option Two

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9:00 – 11:00am
Alpine Adventures Outdoor Recreation – Lincoln
Over 3 miles of ziplines, bridges & platforms on 3 different zipline courses. Views of the White Mountains and professional guide staff. Tours run year round.
41 Main Street, Rte 112
Lincoln, NH 03251
(603) 745-9911
www.alpinezipline.com

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Loon Mountain – Lincoln
New Hampshire’s longest scenic gondola Summit Skyride and the zipline are fun for all ages.
Rte 112,Kancamagus Hwy
Lincoln , NH 03251
(603) 745-8111
www.loonmtn.com

11:30 – 3:00pm*
Lunch and Train Ride
Mt. Washington Cog Railway – Bretton Woods
The world’s 1st mountain climbing railway. Journey to the summit of New England’s highest peak, Mt. Washington. Open year-round.
Off Rte 302, Base Road
Bretton Woods, NH 03589
(603) 278-5404 or (800) 922-8825 (outside NH)
www.thecog.com

3:30 – 5:30pm
Attitash Mountain Resort
Two peaks, Attitash & Bear Peak, with 73 trails and modern snowmaking. North America’s longest Alpine Slides, new year-round Mountain Coaster, waterslides, Oktoberfest and more.
775 Route 302
Bartlett, NH 03812
(603) 374-2600
www.attitash.com

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Wildcat Mountain
Zipline ½-mile over trees, trails and the Peabody River at speeds up to 45 mph, then ride the Gondola Skyride to the 4,000+ foot summit of Wildcat Mountain.
Route 16 Pinkham Notch, NH
(888) SKI-WILD or
(603) 466-3326
www.skiwildcat.com

5:30pm
Return to Lakes Region
Kancamagus Highway National Scenic Byway, the first such designated byway in the east.

*Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus and
lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.

Southern NH

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8:30 – 9:30am
Breakfast Suggestions
Blue Bistro at the NASWA Resort – Laconia
Mame’s Restaurant – Meredith (only serves breakfast on Sundays)
Route 104 Diner – New Hampton
Tilt’n Diner – Tilton
Greenside Restaurant at Lochmere Country Club – Tilton

10:00 – 11:30am
Tanger Outlet Center – Tilton
Brands you know. Choices you want. Prices you’ll love. Shop tax-free at over 50 outlet stores including: Aeropostale, Bass, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Carter’s, Harry and David, Kitchen Collection, Jockey, Lane Bryant,  Perfumania, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Yankee Candle and more.
Take I-93, then Left at Exit 20. ATM, playground, Uno Chicago Grill &
Starbucks Coffee all on-site.
www.tangeroutlet.com/tilton

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10:00 – 11:30am
Canterbury Shaker Village – Canterbury
National Historic Landmark preserving 200 years of Shaker life on 694 acres, 25 original buildings, gardens, trails, a great Museum Store and Greenwood’s Restaurant. Learn about the fascinating history of the Canterbury Shakers through guided tours, self-guided buildings and
exhibits and visits with our skilled artisans as they create traditional Shaker-style products such as traditional oval boxes, brooms, and textiles. Open daily, May – October and Weekends November, December & April.
www.shakers.org

12:00-1:00pm
Lunch Suggestions
Canterbury Shaker Village On-Site Restaurant
Makris Lobster & Steak House – Concord, NH

1:15 – 2:45pm
New Hampshire Historical Society – Concord
Exhibitions on the state’s heritage and traditions as well as a variety of programs for children and adults. The museum’s Hands-on History Family Room offers activities that make learning fun for children. The museum is fully accessible. Open year-round.
6 Eagle Square Concord, NH 03301
603-228-6688 –
www.nhhistory.org

3:00-4:30pm
McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center – Concord
Groups of 15 or more paying visitors qualify for group general admission rate of $7 per person! Add planetarium show tickets to your visit for an additional $5 per person. We recommend reserving show tickets in advance as there is limited seating in the theater; please call Visitor
Services at (603) 271-7827 x0 to reserve your tickets.
http://www.starhop.com/

Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus and lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.

Heading West - Lake Sunapee

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10:00 – 11:30am
Tarbin Gardens – Franklin
Five acres of English style gardens with ponds, tropical greenhouse, Highland cattle, exotic birds, guided tours. Authentic English Cream Tea.
321 Salisbury Road, Franklin, NH 03235
(603) 934-3518
www.tarbingardens.com

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10:00 – 11:30am
Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum – Warner
Guided tours take you through 12,000 years of history, with over 1,000 artifacts on display representing Native American culture of
yesterday and today.
Kearsarge Mountain Road, PO Box 142, Warner, NH 03278
(603) 456-2600
www.indianmuseum.org

12:30 – 1:00pm
Pre-Arranged Luncheon Cruise
Lake Sunapee Cruises – Sunapee
Tour beautiful Lake Sunapee aboard the M/V Mt. Sunapee II restaurant ship. Daily dinner cruises & private charters available.
Town Docks, PO Box 774, Sunapee, NH 03782
603-938-6465
www.sunapeecruises.com

1:45 – 3:15pm
The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens – Newbury
Come and discover 84 conserved acres of beauty and tranquility. Learn the legacy of its founder, diplomat and statesman John Milton Hay,
during historic guided tours of the 22-room Colonial Revival home.
www.thefells.org

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Northern Rail Trail
The Rails to Trails Conservancy in Washington, D.C. has added the 52-mile
Northern Rail Trail in Grafton and Merrimack Counties to its list of “100 Top Trails in the U.S.” One of the longest trails in New England and
the longest in New Hampshire.
www.northernrailtrail.org

3:45 – 4:45
Haunting Whisper Vineyards – Danbury
A winery and vineyard located on 75 acres. Panoramic lake and mountain views. Offering red, white and fruit wines.
77 Oak Ridge Road/Route 4, PO Box 219
Danbury, NH 03230
(603) 768-5506
www.HauntingWhisper.com

Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus and lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.

 

Seacoast

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Breakfast Suggestions*
Wolfe’s Tavern at the Wolfeboro Inn – Wolfeboro
Morrissey’s Front Porch – Wolfeboro

10:00 – 11:30am
Wright Museum of WWII History – Wolfeboro
The Wright Museum celebrates the contributions of the American people and our greatest generation, both on the Home Front and in the fields of battle during World War II. Open May – October 31.
PO Box 1212, 77 Center Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894
(603) 569-1212
www.wrightmuseum.org

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10:00 – 11:30am
Strawbery Banke Museum – Portsmouth
Step over the threshold of history into life in one of our country’s oldest waterfront neighborhoods. Strawbery Banke is a 10-acre living history
museum that has preserved the lifestyles and traditions of four centuries of New Englanders. Here you can see 40 buildings – most on their
original sites – spanning from the late 1600s to the mid-1950s.
www.strawberybanke.org

 

1:15 – 2:15pm
Prescott Park – Portsmouth
Portsmouth’s waterfront park with flower gardens and a summer arts & music festival/performances.
www.prescottpark.org

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1:45 – 5:00pm
Isle of Shoals & Portsmouth Harbor Cruise – Portsmouth
Victorian style M/V Thomas Laighton and experience the fascinating legends of our legendary New Hampshire & Maine Seacoast. Little known
but historically crucial, the legendary Isles of Shoals, located 9 miles off the coast, are an intriguing archipelago of 9 islands steeped with history.
Ship boards at 1:45.
www.isleofshoals.com

*Many Dining & Lodging options are available. We are happy to solicit menus and lodging rates and are available for free consultation and itinerary development.