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Wright Museum of World War II in Wolfeboro
December 1-11

The Wolfeboro Festival of Trees is an annual charity benefit featuring more than seventy uniquely decorated holiday trees designed and created by community organizations, businesses, and individuals. These are displayed on two levels at the Wright Museum. Although the museum is closed for the winter season, visitors can tour the museum exhibits during the Festival. In addition to the trees, the Festival features continuous entertainment and light refreshments. An added bonus this year is a visit from Santa and a Craft Fair.

Here are some Festival Highlights for 2022

…A record number of uniquely decorated holiday trees….70 so far!

…A record number of local restaurants sharing delicious food at the Kick-off Gala on December 1st!

Don’t forget to get your tickets on Eventbrite by November 25th.
…The addition of a Craft Fair with 13 vendors on Saturday, December 3rd from 10-4!

Get a jump start your holiday shopping. 

…A visit from Santa on Saturday, December 10th, from 12-3!

…Live continuous entertainment...check out the entertainment schedule!

Can’t wait to see you at the Festival!  


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Dates & Times 2022

Thursday, December 1

 Preview Gala

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
(Tickets must be purchased in advance through Eventbrite)

Saturday, December 3

10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Craft Fair - 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sunday, December 4

Noon to 3:00 pm

Wednesday, December 7

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Saturday, December 10

10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Santa - Noon to 3:00 pm

Sunday, December 11

Noon to 3:00 pm

Tickets at the door:

(Access to the Craft Fair included in Admission)


General Admission $8

Children 8 and under $2
Family $20

The Wright Museum


Throughout its twenty-two year history, the Festival has been held at the Wright Museum.  Exhibits are open during the Festival. Visitors may tour the unique collection that features artifacts to illustrate the Second World War's significant and lasting impact on American life.

The Festival was started in 1999 as a benefit for the LIFE Ministries Food Pantry in
Wolfeboro. The event was such a success that it was held again in 2000. Subsequently,
the Festival committee has organized the festival each year to benefit various other
charitable causes in the greater Wolfeboro area.


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