4 Things To Do In Hanover, NH

Dartmouth College Is Located Here. Visiting it is one of the many things to do in Hanover, NH.Maybe you know, or perhaps you don’t know, but Hanover, NH, a fantastic place to visit for a day trip. There are many unique, fun, and exciting places to see on vacation. It isn’t far from The Norwich Inn, making Hanover, NH, the perfect place to fill your day with many different things to do. Here are five things to do in Hanover, NH, before you visit to get yourself familiar with the location.

It’s Great For Lunch Or Dinner

Hanover, NH, has plenty to offer for foodies. We’ve written a few times about what downtown Hanover, NH, has for you. We’ve recommended eating at Tuk Tuk Thai Cuisine and Dunk’s Sports Grill.

Dartmouth College Is Located Here

This is one of the city’s biggest attractions, and for good reasons. This is a local establishment with a wealth of history and beautiful architecture. If you are here in the autumn, it’s one of the best places for leaf-peeping.

The Art And History

Staying with Dartmouth College, check out the Hood Museum of Art if you want to stay inside. It has one of the country’s oldest and largest art collections. You will be able to see a broad range of art and historical artifacts dating back to 900 BCE.

Best Place For Breakfast Or Brunch

You can’t pass by Lou’s Restaurant and Bakery. It’s been in the city since the 1940s. It’s a favorite of locals and visitors. Breakfast is served all day, so stop by anytime.

Now That You Know Hanover, NH, Come Visit

As you can see, Hanover, NH, is a beautiful place with many things to do in the city no matter the time of the year. We think you will also find that Norwich, VT, is also a fantastic place to stay for many reasons. You can read more about why in our travel guide. We’ve been in the area for a while. The Norwich Inn‘s history dates to 1797, located near Dartmouth College. When you stay with us, we can guarantee that you will have plenty of things to do and see. Call us today at 802-649-1143 to learn more about our inn (or check availability online).

Explore These Museums in the Upper Valley, Vermont

A woman on a tour in one of the many museums in Vermont.One thing that is always enlightening and interesting to do when on vacation is visiting the area’s museums. It can give you an appreciation for the culture, but also it can allow you to learn about something in-depth and up close. The Upper Valley and Vermont have some fascinating museums to visit, and The Norwich Inn is the perfect place to call your home base when you are on vacation. We are near multiple museums and much more in Norwich and Hanover. Here are some of the best museums to check out in Vermont and the Upper Valley.

Montshire Museum of Science

The Montshire Museum of Science is a fantastic place for children and families. There is always something interesting going on. The museum has exhibits that incorporate sound, small animals, and puzzles. Outside there is a planet walk, nature hike, and forest garden. This is a great place to visit when the weather is nice.

Hood Museum of Art

This museum is set on the Dartmouth College campus. Given the campus’ age, the Hood Museum of Art has one of the country’s oldest and largest art collections. You will be able to see a broad range of art and historical artifacts dating back to 900 BCE. There are about 65,000 objects in the museum, so plan if you want to see it all.

The Sullivan Museum and History Center 

This college museum provides many historical information and exhibits to explore. The Sullivan Museum and History Center earn about military history, art, academics, music, and sports dating from 1819 to today. There is a mix of permanent and changing exhibits.

Vermont Toy Museum

The Vermont Toy Museum is a must-see attraction if you stay at The Norwich Inn with children. It’s also an exciting location for parents because you’ll be able to view decades of toy history. You’ll learn a little about toys today, and perhaps your children will learn something about toys from your childhood.

Learn Everything You Can While You Stay with Us

As you can see, you can spend hours reading and learning everything you can at any of these museums in Vermont and elsewhere. We think you will be satisfied whether you are looking to kill some time or are here with your family looking for something new to learn about. The Norwich Inn is also a great place to learn about the area’s history. The Norwich Inn’s history dates back to 1797. It’s also the best place for lodging in the area. We are located near Dartmouth College and include a variety of attractions downtown. When you stay with us, we can guarantee that you will have plenty of things to do and see. Give us a call today at 802-649-1143 to learn more about our inn (or check availability online).

Bread & Brew Weekends at The Norwich Inn

Bread & Brew Weekends at The Norwich Inn

The Norwich Inn encourages foodies to embark on a unique culinary and craft beer journey in the heart of the Upper Valley. Our historic inn, established in 1797, has been a craft brewing staple in the community since 1993 when our own brew made its debut, the Inn’s Jasper Murdock Alehouse. Jasper Murdock Brewery, one of the oldest and best breweries in Vermont, is a short drive from King Arthur Flour, Dartmouth College, and all of the top things to do in Hanover, NH. Craft beer aficionados and devout foodies visit the historic communities of Norwich, VT, and nearby Hanover for the many distinct tastes of the Upper Valley. And now Executive Chef Scott Liberty and Brew Master Jeremy Hebert are partnering with local staples King Arthur Flour, SILO Distillery, and Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company to provide travelers with a once-in-a-lifetime experience: Bread & Brew Weekends.

Brewer’s Reception: Beer & Cheese Tasting

Each Bread & Brew Weekend will begin with a Brewer’s Reception for arriving guests. The reception includes a grand beer and cheese tasting. You’ll have the opportunity to sample several award-winning Jasper Murdock Ales, including the always approachable Whistling Pig Red Ale, brewed on-site by Hebert. The eclectic mix of rare cheese will be provided by talented cheesemaker Rick Woods at Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company. The group will also learn about the brewing process during Hebert’s craft beer orientation – an educational and delicious visit to the brewery that we like to call the “tasting of the tanks.”

Customized Baking Class at King Arthur Flour

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Bread & Brew Weekends truly bring the area’s most talented artisans together. Those who participate in the weekend package, which includes a two-night stay for two, will have the option of enrolling in a customized baking class at nearby King Arthur Flour, originally founded in 1790. You’ll make fresh beer bread, using only local ingredients (including select Jasper Murdock Ales). We promise that you’ll return home with a recipe that will be used time after time for friends and family.

Distilled Spirits Tasting at SILO Distillery

Yes, The Norwich Inn is one of the best breweries in Vermont, but that doesn’t mean we don’t also love craft distilleries. We’ve teamed up with one of the best: SILO Distillery from nearby Windsor, VT. This optional distilled spirits and cheese tasting is a lot of fun, especially for fans of “farm-to-barn-to-bottle” methodology.

Saturday Night Brewer Banquet

As far as Vermont weekend getaways are concerned, it doesn’t get much better than craft beer, homemade beer bread, artisan cheese, and distilled spirits in a historic inn. The “main event” of Bread & Brew Weekends is the Saturday Night Brewer Banquet featuring delicious culinary creations from our Executive Chef Scott Liberty. Liberty, Hebert, and their talented team members have a festive and genuinely unique experience planned. The creative New England fare will be paired with generous samplings of Jasper Murdock Ales. Hebert is a perfectionist, artist, and craftsman – you’ll have the opportunity to try all eight of his rotating taps plus our house staple, the Whistling Pig Red Ale. You never know what he’ll be brewing upon your arrival. We currently have an American porter, Scottish ale, amber lager, and a cranberry spice ale on tap (among many others).

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This extraordinary event is the perfect opportunity to taste the Upper Valley’s best craft beer, artisan cheese, and homemade bread while exploring the area’s top attractions, all within close proximity to The Norwich Inn. There is still limited availability for our ever-popular Bread & Brew Weekends here in Norwich, VT, so please give us a call today at 1-802-649-1143 to book a well-deserved dream Vermont vacation.