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There may be no place in New Hampshire as beautiful as the town of Wolfeboro in the Lakes Region, which has brought three museums on the NH Heritage Museum Trail together to create The Museum Loop.

On this loop, which will begin at 9:30 am every Friday during July and August (weather permitting), passengers will board the antique boat, “Millie B” (10 persons) or The Trolley (10 persons) at the Town docks. They will then head to The Libby Museum.

Passengers will return by the opposite means of transport on this “Libby Loop” and can then enjoy Trolley-narrated tours all day as well as entrance to The Boat Museum (included). Additional entry fees apply to The Wright Museum and The Clarke House Museum (not a Trail member).

Alana Albee, executive director of The Libby, said they are all working together “so visitors and residents enjoy the many small museums in Wolfeboro.”

“It’s quite unusual for such a rural town to have so many cultural options—and with the Lake and our summer Trolley, it makes for an especially delightful way to see it all,” she said.

Mike Culver, executive director of The Wright Museum, agrees and said he believes there is no town quite like Wolfeboro.

“We have incredible museums in this town with easy access to nature, trails, the lake,” he said. “The Museum Loop is a great opportunity for couples, or even families, to explore all Wolfeboro has to offer.”

The cost for The Museum Loop is $33 for adults and $12 for children. To learn more, call (603) 998-3286, as advanced phone and on-line booking is required. www.nhbm.org.

With numerous events, exhibits and programs for all ages this summer, the NH Heritage Museum Trail expects close to 250,000 visitors in 2018. Search for ‘New Hampshire Heritage Trail’ and find it on Facebook.