Enjoy a romantic evening cruising Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington. Dinner dance cruises include a delicious buffet dinner and dancing to live music. Swing to the tunes of the fabulous '50s; revisit the '60s or get out your platform dancing shoes for our '70s disco night. Whatever your taste or favorite era, our popular themed cruises have something for you. During July and August we offer dinner dance cruises Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Read more →


The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week, from Friday June 16 to Labor Day. The Discovery Center is all about flying this summer, with Take Flight!, a new interactive exhibition on the science of aviation , and a new planetarium show - also called Take Flight Read more →


Celebrate Independence Day and enjoy  fireworks displays over the lake during the M/S Mount Washington July 4th Fireworks Party Cruise. Every year, Lake Winnipesaukee community members create their own fireworks displays and M/S Mount Washington guests have the best vantage point to enjoy the show.  Read more →


There is a renaissance going on in Concord, NH. Less than a decade after being nicknamed “city in a coma,” this once sleepy state capital is waking up, and becoming the cultural center of the Granite State. Read more →


Drawing upon his witty sense of humor, extraordinary visual memory, and boundless intellectual curiosity, New Hampshire artist Varujan Boghosian uses the ordinary to create the extraordinary. His collages and assembled sculptures, made up of found objects in materials from wood and paper to metal and plastic, explore the universal human condition. Boghosian’s evocative Surrealist work can be seen in The Curious Magic of Varujan Boghosian, on view from June 10 through September 4 at the Currier Museum of Art. Read more →


The Mount Washington Cog Railway has run its traditional railway coaches up Northeast's highest peak for almost a century a half – until now… The World’s first mountain-climbing cog railway started its full season schedule this past Memorial Day Weekend with a surprise – the first new passenger coach design in two decades. The prototype coach has upgrades and design elements aimed to greatly improve the visitor experience. Read more →