Explore NH – NH Heritage Museum Trail


To be entered into the prize drawings for participating in the Explore NH Passport program, you must fill out the below form completely. Drawings will be held at the Granite State Ambassador holiday gathering at the Millyard Museum on November 21st. You do NOT need to be present to win a prize.

To enter using a paper form, choose a format to download: MS Word | PDF

Bring your entry form to the holiday party or mail to Kelly at:

Kelly Bryer   NHGSA   PO Box 417     Campton NH 03223

To view all the articles submitted about exploring the NH Heritage Museum Trail click here.

Advanced Learning Opportunity for GSA Welcome Center Volunteers.

Goals & Outcomes:

Provide learning opportunities for certified Granite State Ambassador welcome center volunteers.
Provide word-of-mouth marketing exposure to member museums.

Prize Tiers
Visit 5 museums: Entered into tier one prize bas

ket drawings
Visit 10 museums: Entered into tier two prize basket drawings
Visit all museums: Entered into Grand Prize Drawing (1 winner)


2 nights, for 2 people on STAR ISLAND on the Isles of Shoals! All meals and transportation aboard the M/V Thomas Laighton included. The certificate is valid during the Star Island Experience Week – Saturday, August 29 – Saturday, September 5, 2020. Pending availability, other dates may be possible.

*** To order your official passport send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Kelly Bryer
Granite State Ambassadors
PO Box 417
Campton NH 03223

The fine print: This opportunity is only open to active, certified GSAs. Your NH Heritage Museum Trail passport is non-transferable. Passholder will be asked to show current NHGSA membership card along with official booklet to gain admission. Passbook entitles the passholder and one guest admission to each participating museum to give you the opportunity to experience the museum as a guest would. It is the GSAs responsibility to be sure passport is validated at each museum for entry into raffles (drawn at GSA Holiday Gathering in November 2019). Valid 2019 season.

As museums add scavenger hunt and prize donations to our packages, we will add them below. Check back often!


  New Hampshire Boat Museum
399 Center Street • P.O. Box 1195
Wolfeboro Falls, NH 03896
(603) 569-4554
Opens Memorial Day weekend 2019 through Columbus Day Weekend. Closed Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.

Prize donations: T-shirt & hat

Castle in the Clouds
Route 171 • 455 Old Mountain Road • PO Box 687
Moultonborough, NH 03254
(603) 476-5900
 Opens Memorial Day 2019.
Check website for hours and programs.
 Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm
58 Cleveland Hill Road
Tamworth Village, NH 03886
(603) 323-7591
 Open year-round.
Check website for hours and programs.
The Libby Museum of Natural History
755 North Main Street • Box 629
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
(603) 569-1035
Opens June 1st for season.
Check website for hours and programs.BONUS CHALLENGE:
Click for Scavenger HuntPrize donations: Lovely nature-themed blank cards & envelopes; colored print by artist Peter Furber of the vista across Winter Harbor, Lake Winnipesaukee (Libby’s 100th Anniversary)
Wright Museum of World War II
77 Center Street • PO Box 1212
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
(603) 569-1212
Open May 1 – October 31, 2019.
Check website for hours and programs.
Click for Scavenger Hunt
Lake Winnipesaukee Museum
Route 3, 503 Endicott Street, North
Weirs section of Laconia (next to Funspot)
(603) 366-5950
Opens mid-June – Columbus Day weekend.
Check website for hours and programs.
  Museum of the White Mountains
Plymouth State University
34 Highland Street
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 535-3210
Open year-round.
Check website for hours and programs.


  USS Albacore
Historic US Navy Submarine

600 Market Street
Portsmouth, NH 03801
(603) 436-3680
Open year-round.
Check website for hours and programs.
American Independence Museum
One Governor’s Lane
Exeter, NH 03833
(603) 772-2622
Open May – November 2019.
Check website for hours and programs.CHALLENGE:
Click for Scavenger HuntPrize donations:Two tickets to the annual American Independence Festival in July

Two tickets to Beer for History, dates TBD, but occur regularly

  Woodman Museum
182 Central Avenue
Dover, NH 03820
(603) 742-1038
Open April 3 – mid-December 2019.
Check website for hours and programs.


  Aviation Museum of New Hampshire
27 Navigator Road
Londonderry, NH 03053
(603) 669-4820
Open year-round.
Check website for hours and programs.BONUS CHALLENGE:
Click for Scavenger HuntPrize donations: Aviation Museum hat, mug and two glasses
  Canterbury Shaker Village
288 Shaker Road
Canterbury, NH 03224
(603) 783-9511
Open May – December.
Check website for hours and programs.
  Currier Museum of Art
150 Ash Street
Manchester, NH 03104
(603) 669-6144
 Open year-round.
Check website for hours and programs.Prize donations:
Currier Museum of Art Tote bag; Currier Museum of Art Handbook of the Collection; A Work of Art for Kindred Spirits (book on the Frank Lloyd Wright Zimmerman House); A Window on Deign Bookmark (by David Howell and Co inspired by the window design in the Currier’s Zimmerman House); Impressionism Transformed: The Paintings of Edmund Tarbel; 2 “Taste of Membership: Guest Passes
   Millyard Museum
200 Bedford Street
Manchester, NH 03101
(603) 622-7531
Open year-round.
Check website for hours and programs.BONUS CHALLENGE:
Click for Scavenger HuntPrize donation: Amoskeag Millyard ornament; Book, Pandora’s Pride by May Gruber; Book, Amoskeag
  New Hampshire Historical Society
30 Park Street
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 228-6688
 Open year-round.
Check website for hours and programs.BONUS CHALLENGE:
Click for Scavenger HuntPrize donation: 2 copies of the book “New Hampshire Then and Now”


More about Star Island:

Star Island is one of the nine Isles of Shoals located seven miles off the coast of New Hampshire and Maine. All are welcome to explore the island for a day, enjoy a meal, spend the night, or attend a conference. People of all backgrounds are drawn to Star Island for its recreation, natural beauty, and simplicity.

What keeps people coming back year after year, is the abundance of kindness and community.

Star Island offers all-inclusive programming that focuses on a particular theme or topic such as art, history, ecology, spirituality, and yoga. Star is a place to learn, explore, enjoy the outdoors, and connect with friends both old and new.

During July and August, the programs are family-friendly and multi-generational. There are supervised youth activities, meals together in the dining hall, and plenty of free time to explore the Isles of Shoals, or enjoy kayaking, tennis, and swimming. Guests stay in the rustic and historic Oceanic Hotel and can participate in softball games, chapel services, workshops, and lectures, or simply enjoy the view from a porch rocker.In June and September, the programs are more adult-focused.

Some conferences last a few days, others a week, each with a unique theme or focus. Think of it as vacationing with a purpose! You can enjoy the activities or sit back and take in the island serenity.

No matter who you are or what you’re interested in, Star Island is a beautiful place to be, full of people who care about each other and making the world a better place. For over 100 years, the non-profit Star Island Corporation has hosted conferences put on by dedicated groups of volunteers. Find out for yourself why visiting Star Island is a treasured family tradition for so many, and why guests describe their stay on Star as magical.