Hanover is located in Grafton County. The town is home to more than 11,000 people and Dartmouth College. Get on a bus charter in Hanover, New Hampshire and enjoy the college town feel!
A bus charter in Hanover, New Hampshire can help you tour the town. Be sure to include these places to your itinerary:
Visit the Hood Museum of Art, a teaching museum that was founded in the 1770s. The museum has around 65,000 objects in their holdings and it represents the oldest and biggest of all college collections in the United States. Collections here include artworks from Asia, Africa, Europe, Oceania, and other places. It also has contemporary art, Native American artifacts and the Orozco Murals.
You can also go to the League of NH Craftsmen Gallery where you could find great craftworks from local artists. There are at least 250 juried artists displayed here and classes are available for those who are interested. And then drop by the Hopkins Center for the Arts where you can watch musicals, theater performances and even attend movie screenings. You could also go to the Nugget and watch the latest movies and join other events.
Buy the best jewelry at Von Bargen's Jewelry. Or just drop in on Left Bank Books. The city's farmers' market happens every Wednesday from May through October at the Dartmouth Green. Meanwhile, fashionistas should visit the J List, Bella, Indigo, Pink Alligator or Rare Essentials for Men. Then check out the best restaurants, including Tuk Tuk Thai Cuisine, Base Camp Cafe, Lou's Restaurant, Molly's Restaurant & Bar, and Candela Tapas Lounge, among many others!
The Hanover Country Club at Dartmouth is an 18-hole course that measures more than 6,400 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 71, a course rating of 70.9, and a slope rating of 131. It was first opened in 2002.
There are four sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the Sphinx, the oldest senior societies in Dartmouth. You should see the Sphinx Tomb that was built in the 1900s and has Egyptian revival architecture. Meanwhile, the Hanover Town Library sports a colonial revival architecture and was built in 1905.
You can also go to Great Hollow Road Stone Arch Bridge, made out of concrete and stone. Or see the Epic of American Civilization, which was painted by Jose Clemente Orozco in the 1930s. The mural has two dozen fresco panels.
Storrs Pond Recreation Centre is the perfect place to swim, play tennis, enjoy a picnic or go camping. You could also enjoy boating, paddleboard yoga, fishing, hiking, and disc golf. They also have mountain biking trails, hiking opportunities and trail running. Or you can skate at Occom Pond.
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