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New Hampshire Boat Museum

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New Hampshire Boat Museum

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If you are an antique wooden boat enthusiast, it doesn't get any better. Our little town of Wolfeboro is lucky to have so much culture.
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The Millie B in Wolfeboro is so informative. Took a 45 minute cruise on a beautiful wooden boat called a Hacker Craft. Took us all over the Wolfeboro area and told us of the history and natural history of the area. Did you know there’s a volcano in the area? This is a must see
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Nostalgic trip through lakeside summers. Race enthusiasts will have a lot to see as well as fun for history lovers of the paddle steamboat. Well put together with a plan underway to build a new facility near the town center. Sad that the white caps on Winnipasaukee kept the
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This small but very nice museum has some truly memorable boats and accessories that wonderful to look at; read about and enjoy. I would go back if in the area again as they change the content of the museum periodically, but I gave it only 4 stars as it is small with a limited
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Response from NH B, Manager at New Hampshire Boat Museum
Responded Jul 29, 2019
Thank you so much for visiting and for the review. We greatly appreciate it and look forward to seeing you next year.
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This is a great place to spend a few hours learning about the history of specific pleasure craft, as well as, the people behind the evolution of pleasure boating from physical rowing to evolution of motorized craft. I am a "museum buff" and recommend visiting this unique
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