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The Wright Museum

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77 Center Street
Wolfeboro, NH 03894 United States
603-569-1212 www.wrightmuseum.org

In addition to serving as a knowledgeable guardian of our cultural heritage, the 20,000 sq. ft. Wright Museum offers a variety of educational programs, conducts school tours for students of all ages, and hosts special traveling exhibits relating to the war years. Recent special exhibitions have included D-Day photographs; an Anne Frank show; WW II Quilts; an Associated Press Photography show that contained images from 1934-45; and a Wright Museum-curated show of art work created by a WW II NH soldier/artist.

For two decades, the 501(c)(3) Wright Museum has educated, entertained and inspired nearly 300,000 national and international visitors. Today, more than ever, this one-of-kind Museum remains dedicated to David Wright’s vision of educating future generations about the contributions made by WW II-era Americans and honoring their lasting legacy.

Hours of Operation

May 1 – October 31st
Monday – Saturday, 10am-4pm
Sunday, Noon-4pm.

November through April  
Closed to public. 

Open for Veterans Day 10am – 4pm and by prior arrangement during the months of February through April for school visits and group tours.  Please call (603) 569-1212 to arrange a date and time.

Admission (Pricing subject to change)

Members: Free
Adults: $10
Children (4 and under): Free
Students (5-17): $6
Veterans and Seniors: $8
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