Comfort Inn & Suites
10 Hotel Dr.
Dover, NH 03820
Phone: (603) 750-7507
Fax: (603) 750-7007
Arts & Museums
The Children's Museum Of New Hampshire was formerly known as The Children's Museum Of Portsmouth, and moved to a new location in Dover. The new museum is more spacious and contains more play areas for the budding scientists, doctors, artisans, musicians and architects in the making. Interactive exhibits, wooden panels with music, painting, crayons, dinosaurs, air-flights and a whole assortment of activity awaits those aged between 1-12. Check site for more details.
Woodman Institute Museum is one of the most renowned museums to explore and learn about Dover's history. Displaying its collections since 1916, this place is taken care by the private foundation Annie E Woodman Trust. The museum depicts the local history in the form of paintings, toys, dolls, nautical instruments, furniture and much more. Special exhibits feature Civil War items as well. This place is a must visit to witness some of Dover's rarest pieces of art. For more information and details, check out the website or call ahead.
Town history museum and reference section. Featuring items and documents dating back to 1632.
Offering year-round guided tours of the most advanced U.S. Navy submarine built before the atomic submarines. Built in Portsmouth, the USS Albacore served as the prototype for today's modern submarine fleet.
The Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden is considered to be one of the historic landmarks in the city. Built in Georgian Style, the museum is a must see by all for its architectural details. To know more, check the website.
N.W. Barrett Gallery was established in 1985 to show quality handmade crafts. Several hundred artists are represented in various mediums, including fine gems and high karat gold. The 'Upstairs Gallery' features original fine art, specializing in marine related paintings.
Gallery that has been designed in a casual and eclectic atmosphere where patrons enjoy wandering through this unique gallery and viewing a range of art mediums including hand blown and leaded glass, blacksmithing, sculptures, photography, furnishings, collages, and fine art to name a few. As always, Seacoast Gallery is highlighting contributing artists who live in the Portland, Maine to Newburyport, Massachusetts areas.
Nahcotta features rotating exhibitions of contemporary art with an emphasis on painting. They show work that ranges from representational to abstract by some of the region's finest emerging and mid-career artists. The design of their space allows for large-scale, monumental wall-size pieces to be exhibited alongside smaller, more intimate works.
Established in 1940 as an educational and professional nonprofit organization with a membership of over 400 juried visual artists. NHAA offers exhibits of high quality, a wide range of subjects, and varied media with changing exhibitions throughout the year.
The Strawbery Banke Museum is a unique museum with several displays related to the life of the strawberry pickers. There are several unique displays with life size models of houses the workers lived in. Take a guided tour through the place to know about the efforts that go in picking this delicate, delicious fruit.
The Wentworth-Gardner House is a fine example of Georgian style architecture. Featuring excellent furnishings, a huge garden area along with a barn and a wharf; the mansion houses some incredible artworks that will capture every visitors attention alike. One of the most prominent features of the museum house includes its attention to proportion and balance. All in all, an iconic and distinctive site that has great exteriors and interiors to boast of.
The distinct and eminent John Hancock Warehouse is located on Lidsay Road in York, Maine. The ancient warehouse site was constructed in the 18th Century and boats of a nearly 300 year old history. It mainly functioned as a storehouse along the river, and has been operated by various owners over the centuries. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1969.