Our family has been here on multiple occasions and always has a great time. The female staff member on one occasion was snobby and rude (young female) , but I wouldn't let that hinder my review . I have been many times and the other...More
About Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center
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If you are into weather, want to learn about Mount Washington, or have an hour or two to kill, definitely stop in! It costs nearly nothing (a couple dollars). I learned a lot and enjoyed the visit, and my 3 and 6 year olds were...More
One heck of a scary ride but definitely worth it. The newer observatory has parking, bathrooms, food and a gift shop. Just remember the air is a little thin up there and sometimes it's cold so keep that mind when heading up. You must be...More
We have visited the observatory many times over the years. During different seasons, using different methods to reach the summit. We have driven, hiked, taken the cog and been driven in a tram. Each time was great, different experiences and weather at the summit changes...More
If you make it to the top of Mt. W you will go inside. Check out the Weather Discovery Center. Hands on for kids to enjoy. $2 to get in. Worth it. Learn where the highest wind speed was recorded. .
Good place to learn about how weather on Mt Washington is monitored year round. I learned a lot and am respectful of the employees to work at the top of the mountain.
My daughter and I visited here last month and we were so excited to visit a place we had heard so much about! It was worth the time we spent there. The drive up and back down was a little scary and we live in...More
So much to learn here and also to experience. This area has unique weather conditions, as you will know if you make the trip up to the actual top of Mount Washington. The interactive displays at the Observatory is a good learning experience and will...More
The Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center is an interesting place to visit. There are a wide variety of interactive exhibits, displays of the Mount Washington area, weather maps, educational videos, and an opportunity to interact with the weather personnel on MT. Washington in a...More