53 West St.
Ashland, NH 03217
Phone: (603) 968-7668
Fax: (603) 968-9527
Arts & Museums
Opened in 1996, the museum is by and for doll lovers. Many of the dolls are antiques, but some are classics of today and tomorrow. A nice touch is a special section where children (and grown-ups) can hold and play with the dolls. The museum collects dolls, but also repairs them.
Established in 1912 by Dr. Henry Libby, the Libby Museum is an informative center that acquaints visitors with the wildlife and natural history across the world. As a nature enthusiast, Dr. Henry began with a small collection of relics, which later expanded over 90 years and has now become a famous attraction in the small town of Wolfeboro. Summers, here, witness many tourists, especially children, as the museum hosts interactive programs and lectures for the young ones. To know more about the schedule of events, check their website.
Explore the early days in the Lincoln-Woodstock area. The Museum reflects the everyday life of past years with lots of photos, displays of logging, Civilian Conservation Corps, hotels and inns, and personal memorabilia of folks who lived in the river valley mainly from the 1890's to the present.