Things To Do In Wilton!


Welcome to out Visitors site!  Here you can learn all about the activities and sights to see in our small, historic town.

HilltopStart off with a hearty breakfast at Gary’s Harvest or the Hilltop Café before you start to explore all of our Main Street shops. Be sure to check out the studios at the Artist’s Mill complex, and the antiques at Winding River Antiques and Here Today Emporium, and the local crafts at the Artisans Boutique and Local Share.

Nelsons candiesNo visit to Wilton is complete without a stop at Nelson’s Candies for old-fashioned treats and handmade chocolates, and gourmet cupcakes at Frost This bakery.  When it is time for lunch, stop in at the Wilton House of Pizza or the Copper Kettle, where you can also get a variety of craft beers on tap.

After lunch, plan to spend time at the historic Frye’s Measure Mill where you can wander through seven rooms in an historic saw mill Fryes Measure Millfurnished with high-quality antiques, Shaker box reproductions and crafts displayed in period settings.  Another great option is to visit the farm stands of any of our five working farms around town.

Andy'sIn the evening you can check out a movie at the historic Town Hall Theater, or in the summer attend a performance at the renowned Andy’s Summer Playhouse in historic Wilton Center.

LibraryInterested in history?  The historic Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library is a Classical Revival brick building on the National Register of Historic Places. You can marvel at the magnificent rotunda and original tile mosaics throughout. While you are there, check out the rooms and displays of the Wilton Historical Society on the second floor! For a fun history tour, you can follow the trail of the 22 Wilton Historical Markers placed throughout town at sites of historic interest.

HikingAre you ready for some outdoor activities? Wilton has many hiking trails at the Sheldrick Forest Preserve, the Heald Tract and Frog Pond – just look for signs on the state highways and around town, or pick up a trial map at Town Hall, which is also happens to be on the Historic Register. In the summer, Goss Park offers swimming and other activities for folks of all ages.

RiverwalkNot to be missed is a stroll along the Wilton Riverwalk, where you can look for blue herons and river otters while you sit and relax on carved stone benches. Many fishing spots are also available around downtown, which sits at the confluence of the Souhegan River and Stony Brook.

Finally, after you have exhausted all the options that Wilton has to offer, be sure to check out the other wonderful towns in the Monadnock region. The Greater Monadnock Collaborative regional chamber of commerce has a great website HERE that is a great resource for visitors!

Thank you for visiting this page, and have fun as you wander through Wilton!


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