Laconiais a charming little city in the state of New Hampshire, with a population of 15.951 residents, according to the 2010 census. Laconia is situated near Lake Winnipesaukee and it includes the villages of Lakeport and Weirs Beach. Laconia was settled by a tribe of the Native Americans. In the 18th century, lumber and grist mills were established in Laconia, with taverns built soon thereafter. Although it is a small city, it still has a lot of wonderful attractions to offer its tourists, as well as a wide range of accommodation and venues.
Top Attractions Within Laconia
Funspot Laconia is the largest arcade in the world. It provides quality entertainment in an atmosphere right for the whole family. Funsport offers over 500 games, a 20 lane bowling alley, a candle-pin bowling center, cash bingo, outdoor and indoor mini golf, a restaurant, a tavern and many snack-bars. It is the perfect place to come with your family and friends, since you will surely have a lot of fun.
The Belknap Mill is the only building left in Laconia that represents the first stage of the Industrial Revolution in America. It is the oldest, unaltered brick textile mill in the United States. The Belknap Mill was one of the first mills to convert from weaving to knitting during the Civil War. The Belknap Mills shows how preservation and history can combine, in a community-based museum and a cultural arts center. It is a place worth visiting if you are interested in history, culture and civilization.
The NASWA Resort is more than just a place in Laconia to rest your suitcases. It is the place where you can rest your body, mind and spirit. At the NASWA resort you will find a full range of amenities and activities, such as motor in and out by boat, bike, car or jet ski. The Resort has a beach and bar grill, where you can enjoy a full range of creative and tropical cocktails, soft drinks, non-alcoholic smoothies, a restaurant where you can enjoy meals from all over the world and a dock space where you can rent kayaks and paddle boats.