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Mount Washington Observatory Sunset Soiree

Date/Time

Sep 7, 2013
04:30 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

Festivities begin with a chauffeured motor coach ride from the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road to the summit of Mount Washington. When you arrive at Mt. Washington State Park, which is reserved exclusively for you, a sumptuous selection of desserts awaits your indulgence.

As twilight falls, you’ll head to the observation deck for a sunset champagne toast, then enjoy a chauffeured ride back to the base for an elegant dinner by the renowned Thompson House Eatery of Jackson, New Hampshire. The evening concludes with artisan chocolates, coffee, and an artfully curated silent auction featuring photography from the Mount Washington Observatory archives and acclaimed White Mountains photographer Jim Salge.

All proceeds from this special fundraiser benefit the nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory, helping to support our work in weather observation, research and education on Mount Washington.

Cost

$150 per person.

Location

View map Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center
1 Mount Washington Auto Road
Gorham, NH

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