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Wolfeboro’s motto is, “The Oldest Summer Resort in America.” It is located beside Lake Winnipesaukee and has welcomed royalty, actors, and even a French President has vacationed here. Brewster Memorial Hall, with its gorgeous Romanesque style, was built in 1880. Wolfeboro Public Library Postcard Archive holds a postcard collection (dated 1900-1930) which was donated by David and Christie Bowers. The NH Boat Museum features history and stories of life on the lakes. The Libby Museum honors Dr. Libby’s love of the natural world with artifacts and much more. Well-known performing art centers where you will experience phenomenal theater productions, ballet, and musical events are found in Wolfeboro. Summer time concerts and entertainment are offered in many of the inns and taverns. A variety of unique gift shops, places for strolling and taking in all of the scenic views of this alluring town are here for your eyes to enjoy. Then, there is the food!! FOODIE’S PARADISE as many call it. Raw bars to juice bars. Take out to quiet elegant dining. Ice cream to seafood. Burgers to lobster. The list goes on and on. Just know, no matter what you decide to do (or eat) in Wolfeboro, you will love every minute of it.
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