Funspot, Laconia

Funspot, Laconia

579 Endicott Street North Laconia, New Hampshire 03246

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About this Location

Funspot is the largest arcade in the world, founded by Bob Lawton in 1952. It provides quality entertainment in an atmosphere right for the whole family. And its array of fun is continually growing. Funspot offers over 500 games, a 20-lane ten-pin and candlepin bowling center, cash bingo, outdoor and indoor mini-golf, a restaurant, a tavern, and more.

Open every day, year-round (closed on Christmas Day)
9:00 am-11 pm (Except Saturday 9:00am-Midnight) Mid-June through Labor Day

Some attractions operate under seasonal or other restrictions.

About Lake Winnipesaukee

See all hotspots at Lake Winnipesaukee

Lake Winnipesaukee is the third-largest lake in New England, covering 69 square miles and having more than 250 islands. The lake was formed by glaciers that reversed its flow from southeast to west. Lake Winnipesaukee is a popular tourist destination, especially in summer, when people enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, and relaxing on its beaches. The lake is surrounded by eight small towns, each with its own charm and attractions. Some of the towns are:

  • Alton, the largest town by area in the Lakes Region, where you can hike to Mount Major for stunning views of the lake.
  • Gilford, home to Gunstock Mountain Resort, where you can ski in winter and zip-line in summer, and Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook, a popular concert venue.
  • Laconia, the main commercial city on the lake, where you can visit Weirs Beach, the largest public beach on Winnipesaukee, and play at Funspot Arcade, the world's largest arcade.
  • Meredith, a picturesque town with upscale restaurants, wine tasting, and shops. You can also take a cruise on the M/V Sophie C, the oldest floating post office in the United States.
  • Wolfeboro, the oldest summer resort in America, where you can explore the downtown area with its historic buildings, museums, and galleries.


  • Restrooms on site

  • Wheelchair accessible trail

  • Entrance fee

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Last updated November 6, 2023