Things To Do in Meredith & The Lakes Region of NH
The Sandwich Fair
One of the oldest three day agricultural fairs in New Hampshire held every Columbus Day weekend in October. It is a wonderful family-friendly fair and the midway has fun and exciting rides and games for all. Traditional horse or oxen pulling are always a big hit.The tractor pulls and the antique cars are also fun to watch and look at. There are also many crafts to see, baked goods to examine, vegetables and canned goods to look at. There is also entertainment being performed on the stage each day. Come experience the many 4-H animal competitions.Do not forget the Fair food, fried dough, french fries and bloomin onions are always a hit. This exciting country fair has something for everyone, young and old and is held at the peak of the foliage season. A great way to spend a day or three!Please visit our website at Thesandwichfair.com for more information.
Castle in the Clouds
"Enjoy a self-guided tour of Lucknow, hike miles of trails, go horseback riding, dine at our award winning cafe and much more. Come to the Castle and you'll see..."
White Mountains Attractions Association
Close your eyes and envision a relaxing place where there is blue sky and waterfalls, vast mountain view and a pinch of excitement. Perhaps some kids giggling or laughing out loud, a comfortable bed at the end of the day or a pleasant place to throw your sleeping bag under the stars, and plenty of different things to do. You're thinking about New Hampshire's White Mountains where scenic beauty, relaxation and pure family fun are around every corner!
Mount Washington Cruises
Cruise Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington, Doris E. or U.S. Mail Boat. Cruises from Weirs Beach and other ports from late May--late October. Dinner Dance Cruises offer buffet dinner and live music.
White Lake Speedway,Inc.
Family-Fun Center: Year-Round Laser-Tag. "Walk-Ins" always welcome! Seasonal Go-Karting & "Championship- Grade" l8 hole Mini-Golf. Head East on Rt.,25. Fun for the entire family!
New Hampshire Boat Museum
Exhibits featuring the boating history and heritage of New Hampshire's lakes and rivers. Vintage Boat Rides on Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the Millie B. Memorial Day Weekend - Columbus Day. Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm Sunday 12 noon - 4pm.
BarnZ's Meredith Cinema
Three screens, first run movies, all digital sound, clean & friendly environment, party & group rates available.
Family fun super center of New England. Over 500 games, indoor & outdoor golf, bowling, bingo, groups & corporate outings. Open all year.
Interlakes Summer Theatre
The Interlakes Summer Theatre is located at Inter-Lakes High School. Our mission is to provide quality entertainment for folks of all ages by offering a wide variety of professional theatre. Performances are held Tues-Sat at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 5 PM. Matinees on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 2 PM.
Winnipesaukee Scenic RR and Lakeside Dinner Train
154 Main St.
Meredith, NH 03253
603-745-2135 (off season)
Two hour train rides along picturesque Lake Winnipesaukee (one hour rides available from Weirs Beach) from late June through Fall Foliage; with ice cream, turkey dinners, picnic lunches &/or fine dining.
Event website www.hoborr.com/events.html
The Loon Center
Home of the Loon Preservation Committee, the Loon Center is located on the 200 acre Markus Wildlife Sanctuary, which offers walking trails along 5,000 feetof undeveloped shoreline on Lake Winnipesaukee.
The Loon Center offers educational exhibits, videos and The Loon's Feather Gift Shop, selling "all things loon and more!" Admission is Free. Open Mon-Sat, 9 am - 5 pm year-round; 7 days July-Columbus Day. From Route 25 in Moultonborough, turn on Blake Road to Lee's Mills Road and follow the signs.
Hermit Woods Winery
Hermit Woods produces traditional and non-traditional wines and meads. Visit our tasting room and sample our wine, learn about wine and wine making, and share in our passion.
New Hampshire Music Festival
The New Hampshire Music Festival is a five-week summer music festival that honors the tradition of classical music while exploring new artistic paths. This is our 64th year of bringing classical music to New Hampshire! For nearly 20 years, the Festival has been in residence at Plymouth State University, and is now a fixture at the Hanaway Theatre in the Silver Center for the Arts.
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
A 200 acre nature center with live native wildlife--bears, otters, fox and more...in woodland settings. Nature trails, interactive exhibits and live animal programs. Open daily May 1 - November 1,9:30 am - 4:30 pm.
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