Wolfeboro is a beautiful town of Carroll County, New Hampshire, United States of America. Wolfeboro is, according to its motto "The Oldest Summer Resort in America". Wolfeboro is located near Lake Winnipesaukee and within its area it is included a village called Wolfeboro Falls. The town of Wolfeboro has a population of approximately 6,000 residents and a large area of 58.5 square miles. It was incorporated in 1770 and named Wolfeboro to honor James Wolfe, an English general, victorious in the battle of Quebec, in 1759. In present, Wolfeboro is an appreciated summer destination for Americans and not only, as notable tourists that visited the area include Prince Rainier and Princes Grace of Monaco, actors Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore, writer Kurt Vonnegut and French leader Nicolas Sarkozy. If you plan visiting the city, don't miss its fabulous attractions.
Top Attractions within Wolfeboro
Wright Museum of World War II History is a wonderful museum containing artifacts telling the story of the awful second world war. The heroic efforts of the Americans in this war are celebrated through this museum and the educational features of it benefit the young generations. Check the wonderful galleries and take a guided tour of this museum while vising Wolfeboro.
Clark House is a historical building of Wolfeboro. It was built in 1778 and it once was the property of a family that owned more than 100 acres on which a farm was developed from South Main Street to Lake Winnipesaukee. In present, you can take wonderful guided tours of the house to learn more about its history and of the history of Clark family that lived in it for 100 years and three generations.
Mise En Place is a beautiful restaurant located in a lovely area of Wolfeboro. It serves gourmet dishes of the American cuisine cooked after French techniques. This eatery is one of the finest and most elegant in the area of Wolfeboro.