This is a list of family friendly activities to do in the Mount Washington Valley. These itineraries were created to use on the MWV Chamber of Commerce website. Additional activities and details can be found at http://www.mtwashingtonvalley.org/home/Itineraries.cfm.
The Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm is located in Tamworth Village, New Hampshire, a
charming New England village located in northcentral New Hampshire. Come and explore our exhibits, take a guided farm tour, visit our farm animals, enjoy a farm fresh dinner, hike our scenic walking trails, shop the gift store and more! Remick Museum is Open Year Round! Check out http://www.remickmuseum.org/ for more information!
Hundred Acre Woods Open from 9am-4pm most days
The Trails in the Wood trail system was developed for the purpose of education and recreational opportunities. The trails were designed with the following in mind: Walking, XC skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, maple sugaring, and nature observation. Take your family through the trails in the Hundred Acre Wood. As you walk along the Storybook Trail you can read different parts of a story with your children! Check out www.believeinbooks.org for more information!
The Conway Scenic Railroad
Enjoy an old fashioned railroading experience on vintage trains, all departing from our 1874 station in North Conway Village. This is a 1 hour 45 minute round trip train ride from North Conway to Bartlett Village and back again. Check out www.conwayscenic.com for more information!
The Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center An interactive science museum that brings the wonder of the atmosphere right to your fingertips! Explore the science of climate and weather through fun, interactive exhibits like our air cannon, flow tank and wind room. Plus, meet and interact with the hardy observers living and working in our summit weather station through a twice daily live video link At 11:15 and 2:15. Check out www.mountwashington.org for more information!
The Mount Washington Cog Railroad THE EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME! The Mount Washington Cog Railway, the world’s first
mountain climbing cog railway, has been carrying passengers to the 6,288′ summit of the Northeast’s highest peak since 1869. This 3hour journey will take you on some of the steepest railway tracks in the world. You will witness some of New England’s most breathtaking scenery from the alpine forest and unique tundra region above treeline to the rugged terrain of the Presidential Range. Now including a stop at the summit and free admission to the Observatory
Museum! Check out www.thecog.com for more information!
Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center Imagine mountain biking at the base of Mt. Washington on beautiful rolling carriage roads and
challenging trails surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest and Northern Presidential Mountains. Our diverse system crosses beautiful fields, scenic rivers, and beaver bogs. Rent a bike or bring your own. Or just come to Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center and enjoy an easy hike with the family along gentle trails in the shadow of Mt. Washington and the Presidential Range. Check out www.greatglentrails.org for more information!
Story land Story Land is the children’s theme park where fantasy lives! Come see what’s new, and enjoy all of your old favorites, too! The Flying Fish, Humpty Dumpty, Bamboo Chutes, Cinderella and her Castle and Pumpkin Coach, the Polar Caster, Mother Goose, Huff Puff and Whistle Railroad, and so many more!Check out www.storylandnh.com for more information!
Cranmore Mountain Resort
With a year round Giant Swing, Mountain Coaster & Soaring Eagle Zipline, a state ofthe art Children’s Learning Center with the new KidsRule Camp, an even bigger Tubing Park, more snowmaking & beginner terrain, Cranmore continues to offer the best value in skiing & riding and outdoor mountain adventure, all in the heart of the Mt. Washington Valley. Check out www.cranmore.com for more information!
Ham Arena Ice Skating
The Ham Arena is a fun activity for the whole family! Admission prices are $6.00 per adult, and $4.00 per child under 14. Rent ice skates for $4.00 or bring your own, beat the heat and skate inside. Check out www.hamarena.com for more information!
Farm by the River Bed and Breakfast with Stables The Award-winning Horseback Riding Stables in North Conway NH at the Farm by the River Bed and Breakfast is open to the general public year round for scenic horseback rides.Visit this unique New England guest ranch in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Open daily all year round (weather permitting) Check out
Kahuna Laguna Indoor Water Park
The ocean has COME TO New Hampshire! Dive into a tropical adventure with the entire family at Kahuna Laguna, northern New England’s first indoor water park at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in North Conway, NH. It’s 40,000 square feet of splashtacular fun! Check out www.kahunalaguna.com for more information!
Attitash Mountain Resort
Ride on the Alpine Slide, mountain bike, ride on the Mountain Coaster, Scenic Chair, Airbag Jump, & Slacklines all for one flat fee per person. Check out www.attitash.com for more information!
Mt Washington Auto Road
From May through October, a drive on the Mount Washington Auto Road is a drive unlike any other. With the ever-changing weather conditions on New England’s highest peak, no two trips are the same. Check out www.mtwashingtonautoroad.com for more information!
White Mountain Aquatic Center
The White Mountain Aquatic Foundation is a non-profit corporation devoted to establishing a three pool, multiple use aquatic center in the Mt. Washington Valley. Check out http://www.whitemountainaquatic.com/ for more information!
White Lake Speedway Mini Golf
Open weekends only late April-Columbus Day Go-Karts / Mini-Golf & Arcade (Game Room) Family Fun Center. Check out www.whitelakespeedway.com for more information!
Monkey Trunks High Ropes and Ziplines Adventure Park
Featuring: 8 ziplines over and through the trees, challenges that include swinging beams, tightropes, rolling logs, hanging tires, cargo nets and
more!Enjoy all of these activities as low as 10 feet and as high as 55 feet off the ground! Check out www.monkeytrunks.com for more information!