Hanover

Hanover

Hanover is an historic and picturesque town of about 12,000 residents, chartered in 1761 along the east bank of the Connecticut River (which separates New Hampshire from the State of Vermont).  

Hanover may be best known as the home of Dartmouth College, and the resources, including the Hood Museum of Art (below left), the Hopkins Center performing arts facility in the center of town, and the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center that the College offers its residents and visitors. 

Hanover is located near the intersection of interstate hi highways I-91 and I-89, and thus easily accessible by auto from Boston, Hartford (about two hours from each), and from New York City (about a five-hour drive via I-95 and I-91).