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Rainy day activities include indoor gyms, playgrounds, video arcades

Rain or shine, New Hampshire has family activities for adults and kids and family friendly places to stay nearby. With historic sites, museums, and great shopping you’ll never be bored even when it rains. Learn about the social history of the telephone from the first sentence spoken in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell to smart phones of today at the telephone museum. Take a craft-making workshop and make something from your own hands from jewelry to tie-dyed shirts and sweatshirts. An all-indoor play space features multi-player video games and dance games, jungle gyms, a three-story slide and a beautiful carousel imported from Italy.

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Kids & Science - Castle in the Clouds - Moultonborough, NH
Castle in The Clouds

Route 171 - 455 Old Mountain Road Moultonborough, NH, 03254 Phone: 603-476-5900

Rain is not a setback at this historic property overlooking mountains, Lake Winnipesaukee

At Castle in the Clouds, a 5,500-acre property with panoramic views of mountains and Lake Winnipesaukee and beyond, rain is not really an obstacle. You can still take a trolley up the same road Thomas and Olive Plant traveled in the early 1900s to Lucknow Mansion, their elegant Arts & Crafts-style home. You can still admire the views from inside the “castle,” built in 1914 and featuring electrical appliances like central vacuuming systems that were ahead of their time. You can check out the clothes in Olive Plant’s closet, and get a glimpse of servant life in the guided basement tour. And if the rain is light, you might still go for a short stroll or let the kids feed the trout in Shannon Pond.
Ciders in the Orchard - Rhythm Ciders - Lincoln, NH
Rhythm Handcrafted Beverages

25 South Mountain Drive Lincoln, NH, 03251 Phone: 603-745-7550

Too rainy to pick apples? Visit this cider studio to enjoy them another way

You might not be able to go apple picking in the rain, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy apples. Stop by the Rhythm Studio at the Atrium Wine Bar in the Lincoln Village Shops for a taste of what Rhythm Handcrafted Beverages has to offer. Pull up a chair to a barrel table in the light-filled cider studio and choose from a variety of crisp, refreshing ciders, all fermented naturally from locally sourced fruits. Choose the original hard apple cider, or ask for something different, like the blueberry hard apple cider, heirloom apple cider, hard blood orange cider or hard lemon-lime cider. There’s no extra flavoring in any of them, and label art features the work of local artists.
Bottle Selection - Seven Birches Winery - Lincoln, NH
Seven Birches Winery

River Walk at Loon - 22 South Mountain Drive Lincoln, NH, 03251 Phone: 603-745-7550

Rain or shine, winery located inside a resort the perfect way to spend time

The day may be gray and rainy, but it’s all about the product of the sun at the Seven Birches Winery, located within the grand new Riverwalk Resort at Loon Mountain. Take a tour and see how locally sourced fruits and European grape varietals are transformed into wines of distinction. Chat with winemakers to see how the wines are handcrafted on-site. At the winery’s Tasting Room and Wine Bar, the staff will provide tasting notes, serve and discuss the wines. Over at the Lincoln Village Shops in the center of town, head to the Atrium Wine Bar and ask for a flight to sample a variety of wines. Grab a bite from a special selection of crackers, cheese, chorizo and chocolate.
Bluegrass Band - Great Waters - Wolfeboro, NH
Great Waters

54 N. Main Street Wolfeboro, NH, 03894 Phone: 603-569-7710

Rain can’t put a damper on amazing live performances at Great Waters

Let it rain! Great Waters is presenting its second season of Concerts in the Clouds at Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough, N.H. – under a tent in a beautiful meadow. So get your tickets now for some great shows this summer! Opening night features “1964: The Tribute,” the most popular Beatles performance you can imagine. Other concerts include Broadway artist Michael Cavanaugh playing songs by Elton John and Billy Joel, an Electric Light Orchestra tribute band, and the ultra classic sounds of Fleetwood Mac classic album “Rumours”. And you need to act fast if you want to score tickets to “One Night of Queen: Gary Mullen & The Works.” Enjoy premium live music while you marvel at amazing mountain views.
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