The Wright Museum of WWII

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Located in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, the Wright Museum is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to recognizing and honoring the contributions and enduring legacy of WWII-era Americans. The museum is open from May 1st to October 31st.


2019 Special Exhibits





Featured Events

A little more than just comedy at upcoming fundraiser for Wright Museum

For nationally recognized comedian Tom Hayes, performing at Brewster Academy’s Anderson Hall on Saturday, June 8 for the Wright Museum Comedy Night has special significance.“I love working with museums like [Wright] because people recognize it as a little more than...

Wright Museum to host Symposium on D-Day

Sponsored by Two International Group and hosted by the Wright Museum, Symposium on D-Day will feature two national best-selling authors, Patrick O’Donnell and Alex Kershaw in what is expected to attract hundreds. Taking place on July 23, the event will honor the 75th...

Business Partner of the Month

Wright Museum launches 2019 Business Partner Program

One of the most important aspects of any nonprofit institution is the strength of its relationships with local businesses, which underscores the intent behind Wright Museum’s Business Partner program.In this program, which will feature one partnership each month, the...

2019 Major Sponsors

The Montrone Family

Ron Goodgame & Donna Canney

John Frank

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