Concerts in the Clouds Series

Great Waters, the preeminent provider of entertainment for the New Hampshire Lakes Region, and the Castle Preservation Society have formed an exciting long- term partnership to bring live concerts to the meadow at Castle in the Clouds. This partnership will feature some amazing Great Waters events to be held at this spectacular outdoor venue during the 2021 season and beyond.

This partnership will serve as a way to bring new cultural activity to the historic estate, provide a spacious outdoor venue for Great Waters, and introduce new audiences to both organizations. The 2021 “Concerts in the Clouds” series will be held under a tent overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee and the surrounding area.

“This one of a kind collaboration offers an exciting and new venue for Great Waters audiences, unique to anything available in the New Hampshire Lakes Region, and we look forward to expanding our relationship in the years to come.” said Great Waters Executive Director, Cheryll Andrews. Charles Clark, Executive Director of Castle in the Clouds says, “This partnership is an exciting opportunity to offer visitors the chance to experience amazing musical performances in one of the most beautiful natural settings in the Lakes Region. Bringing new cultural experiences to the Castle is one of our strategic goals and we’ve found a wonderful partner in Great Waters to do just that.”

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About The Castle Preservation Society
Focused on providing enriching experiences to the community and visitors from all over the world, Castle in the Clouds is operated by the Castle Preservation Society whose mission is to preserve, interpret, and share the buildings and landscape of Castle in the Clouds as a cultural resource for the benefit of the public. The historic estate is listed on the National Register of Historic Places with national significance. More information can be found at

Upcoming Events
Opening Day July 1, 2020

Yoga on the Lawn

Yoga on the Lawn will start on our opening day! Wolfeboro's Yoga for Life will be guiding an hour long yoga class on specific Wednesdays throughout the summer.

This program will be held on 7/1, 7/15 7/29, and 8/26 from 6 pm to 7 pm. It is $15 per person, per class.

Registration is required. You can secure your spot, here.

Moultonborough Appreciation Day

Come enjoy a tour of the Castle and a bite at Café in the Clouds to celebrate the 4th of July!
We are welcoming our local Moultonborough community with free admission to kick off our season! Please show your license as proof of residency.
Moultonborough Appreciation Day is July 4th.

Music Nights

Music Nights return! Come with your dinner partners and an appetite for classic American fare with unique twists. We were awarded “Best Music Nights in NH” in 2018 by NH Magazine!
Music Nights are by reservation only and require a $10 per-person cover charge paid online in advance. Your reservation guarantees your table for the whole evening, so you can mingle on the terrace, at the bar, peruse the exhibit gallery, or admire the historic horse stables and always have your seat to come back to. We recommend making your reservation at least 1-2 weeks in advance, as Music Nights tend to sell out quickly!
Music Nights are held Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays starting on July 6th! You can make your reservations here!
Music Nights are generously supported by The Laker


Bring family and friends to learn about the wonders of the night sky in a talk at the Carriage House, then make your way to the field by Shannon Pond to get a chance to use a telescope to view the stars, constellations, planets, and more!
While stargazing you’ll locate constellations and learn about stars and planets in our night sky. Take your knowledge home with you to impress your friends and family on a clear summer night later this year! This event is perfect for children and adults alike!
Stargazing will be held on July 21st and August 25th . Registration for this event is encouraged but not required. This family-friendly event is free to the public; donations during the event go towards Castle Preservation Society’s and New Hampshire Astronomical Society’s ability to continue hosting wonderful events like this.
Castle in Clouds

Behind the Scene Tour

The Castle is know for its 1914 Arts and Crafts mansion, eating lunch on the terrace, taking a horseback ride or enjoying a walk on its many trails with beautiful vistas and waterfalls. Right now Castle in the Clouds is offering virtual tours of the castle until they can reopen. Make sure you stay up to date with events via their Facebook Page.

Tour Activity – Kitchen

Tour Activity – Main Hall and Library

Tour Activity – Tom Plant’s office

The History of the Lucknow Estate

To see more on the second floor and beyond visit their website HERE.