Make a day of it.

When the Mount Washington was launched in 1872, it was a vital method of travel for residents and visitors of the Lakes Region. That grand tradition continues today, with the Mount Washington providing a unique (and fun!) way to visit and explore different parts of the lake.

Simply board the ship from Weirs Beach at 10:00 AM, and you can get off at another port. We'll be back in 2 ½ hours to pick you up.

Step off the ship into Wolfeboro’s picturesque downtown where you’ll find waterfront shops, restaurants and plenty of things to see and do.

This cruise experience is available during the following seasons and days:

Spring Season
May 16 - June 14
Saturdays Only

Summer Season
June 22 - September 6
Tuesday - Saturday

Fall Season
September 7 - October 24
Monday - Saturday

Spring Season
May 16 - June 14
Saturdays Only


Summer Season
June 22 - September 6
Tuesday - Saturday


Fall Season
September 7 - October 24
Monday - Saturday
Cruise... and Learn

Meet Molly the Trolley at the docks for a one-hour tour to one of six museums. You'll have time to get off and visit one museum before you return to the docks to re-board the ship.

Wright Museum of World War II History
• New Hampshire Boat Museum
• Libby Museum of Natural History
Clark House (1778)
Pleasant Valley School House (1800)
• Monitor Engine Company House

During your time on the trolley, you will also learn about Wolfeboro’s colonial history, enjoy beautiful scenic views of three lakes and see some of Winnipesaukee’s most beautiful waterfront homes.

Cruise... and Shop

Just steps away from the dock, Downtown Wolfeboro is full of shops and galleries to explore. Here you'll find gifts for you, your loved ones, your home, and even your four legged friends. Don't miss:

Black's Paper Store
• Hampshire Pewter
• Butternuts Good Dishes
Wolfeboro Casuals
The Country Bookseller
• Kalled Gallery

Cruise... and Craft

Wolfeboro's Brewster Academy is home to two large arts and crafts fairs each summer.

• On the Green Arts and Crafts Festival I - July 10-12, 2020
• On the Green Arts and Crafts Festival II - August 14-16, 2020

The easiest way to get from the docks to the fair? Molly the Trolley, of course!

Cruise... and Eat

From crepes to burgers, organic cafes to grilles, and juice bars to pubs, Wolfeboro has something for every taste and preference. Some favorites:

Garwoods
• Wolfe's Tavern
• Bayberry Juice Bar
Yum Yum Shop
Lone Wolfe Brewing Company
• Lydia's Cafe

Feel like a picnic? No problem! The M/S Mount Washington has a number of freshly prepared grab 'n go items for sale. Pack a lunch and head to Cate Park, just a quick walk from the dock.

Helpful Resources



Molly the Trolley

For all of your transportation needs while in Wolfeboro, Molly the Trolley provides convenient, hop-on hop-off service to points of interest around town.

Pick up next to the docks at 11:30 AM

Drop off for your return voyage at 1:30 PM


Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce

For a complete list of things to do or see during your stay in Wolfeboro, visit the Chamber.


Wolfeboro Historical Society

Wolfeboro represents a significant piece of New Hampshire history. Visit the historical society to learn about their work toward preserving the heritage of the region.

Cruise... and Learn

Meet Molly the Trolley at the docks for a one-hour tour to one of six museums. You'll have time to get off and visit one museum before you return to the docks to re-board the ship.

Wright Museum of World War II History
• New Hampshire Boat Museum
• Libby Museum of Natural History
Clark House (1778)
Pleasant Valley School House (1800)
• Monitor Engine Company House

During your time on the trolley, you will also learn about Wolfeboro’s colonial history, enjoy beautiful scenic views of three lakes and see some of Winnipesaukee’s most beautiful waterfront homes.

Cruise... and Shop

Just steps away from the dock, Downtown Wolfeboro is full of shops and galleries to explore. Here you'll find gifts for you, your loved ones, your home, and even your four legged friends. Don't miss:

Black's Paper Store
• Hampshire Pewter
• Butternuts Good Dishes
Wolfeboro Casuals
The Country Bookseller
• Kalled Gallery

Cruise... and Craft

Wolfeboro's Brewster Academy is home to two large arts and crafts fairs each summer.

• On the Green Arts and Crafts Festival I - July 10-12, 2020
• On the Green Arts and Crafts Festival II - August 14-16, 2020

The easiest way to get from the docks to the fair? Molly the Trolley, of course!

Cruise... and Eat

From crepes to burgers, organic cafes to grilles, and juice bars to pubs, Wolfeboro has something for every taste and preference. Some favorites:

Garwoods
• Wolfe's Tavern
• Bayberry Juice Bar
Yum Yum Shop
Lone Wolfe Brewing Company
• Lydia's Cafe

Feel like a picnic? No problem! The M/S Mount Washington has a number of freshly prepared grab 'n go items for sale. Pack a lunch and head to Cate Park, just a quick walk from the dock.

Helpful Resources



Molly the Trolley

For all of your transportation needs while in Wolfeboro, Molly the Trolley provides convenient, hop-on hop-off service to points of interest around town.

Pick up next to the docks at 11:30 AM

Drop off for your return voyage at 1:30 PM


Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce

For a complete list of things to do or see during your stay in Wolfeboro, visit the Chamber.


Wolfeboro Historical Society

Wolfeboro represents a significant piece of New Hampshire history. Visit the historical society to learn about their work toward preserving the heritage of the region.

Winnipesaukee's southern port of Alton is a bit quieter, but still offers plenty of charm and a few special events each season.

This cruise experience is available on Sundays during the cruise season.

Cruise... and Craft

Alton is home to two large arts and crafts fairs each summer. Step right off the Mount Washington and into a wide variety of arts and crafts vendors. When you're done shopping, return to the dock for your return voyage.

• Craft Fair at the Bay - July 11-12, 2020
• Labor Day Weekend Craft Fair at the Bay - September 5-7, 2020

Cruise... and Eat

Within a few steps of the Mount Washington dock, a few small restaurants and diners dot the shore of Alton Bay. Some local favorites:

Shibley's at the Pier
• Pop's Clam Shell
• Bayberry Juice Bar
Olde Bay Diner

Winnipesaukee's southern port of Alton is a bit quieter, but still offers plenty of charm and a few special events each season.

This cruise experience is available on Sundays during the cruise season.

Cruise... and Craft

Alton is home to two large arts and crafts fairs each summer. Step right off the Mount Washington and into a wide variety of arts and crafts vendors. When you're done shopping, return to the dock for your return voyage.

• Craft Fair at the Bay - July 11-12, 2020
• Labor Day Weekend Craft Fair at the Bay - September 5-7, 2020

Cruise... and Eat

Within a few steps of the Mount Washington dock, a few small restaurants and diners dot the shore of Alton Bay. Some local favorites:

Shibley's at the Pier
• Pop's Clam Shell
• Bayberry Juice Bar
Olde Bay Diner

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