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NH State Parks
NH State Parks logoThe NH State Parks Library Pass is valid for two adults and up to four dependents to enter any day use state park for free. It is not valid at Hampton Beach State Park and Wallis Sands State Beach, the Flume Gorge or the Cannon Mountain Tramway, and cannot be used for camping or parking meters. More information about the State Parks is available at

Squam Lakes Science Center
Open meadows, mature forests, and marsh boardwalks connect interactive natural exhibits where native animals reside: black bears, mountain lions, raptors, river otters, bobcats, and more.
The Library pass is valid for two $5 trail admissions, plus up to four additional discounted trail admissions for $10 each, every day from May 1 to November 1.  Please note that the Library passes are not appropriate for use by schools or other organized groups.

Wright Museum of WWII
77 Center St, Wolfeboro, NH. (603) 269-1212.
Hours: May 1 – October 31, Mon. – Sat. 10 am – 4 pm, Sun. 12 pm – 4 pm.
Admits 2 adults and 4 children under the age of 18.
Please note that if the Library Pass is presented for the Annual Family Day, admission will be charged at the Family Day Member Rate per person for this event.

New Hampshire Historical Society
30 Park Street
Concord, NH 0
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:30 am to 5 pm. Closed holidays.
Admits up to 4 adults per visit to the exhibitio
ns and to the research library, no admission fee for children. Additional fees may be incurred if bringing a group of more than 6 children for a guided tour for educational/homeschool purposes.
Started in 1823, the New Hampshire Historical Society is an independent, nonprofit, member-supported organization (not state-funded) dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of New Hampshire. The Society holds an extensive collection of archives and objects related to New Hampshire history, offers programs, and has a research library.