The Wright Museum

May 23. 2013 11:45AM


77 Center Street
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
Ph: 603-569-1212

The Wright Museum is a one-of-a-kind non-profit institution dedicated to teaching present and future generations about the significant and lasting impact the years 1939-1945 had on the United States and the world.

There are three distinct buildings: the Home Front and theater, the two-story educational building or Visitor's Center and the military building which houses memorabilia from all branches of service from WWII including a large collection of military vehicles from this era. It is air-conditioned, wheelchair accessible and the parking lots have ample space for tour buses. The museum can be booked for special presentations. Allow between one and two hours to tour the museum and still have time to peruse the gift shop.

Open April to November.

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