- The list below includes 61 free or cheap things to do in or near Hanover, New Hampshire, including 80 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Arts & Crafts Classes, Colleges & Universities and Art Gallery.
- From Dartmouth College to Baker-Berry Library at Dartmouth College, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hanover and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Windsor, Woodstock, Quechee and Norwich.
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Clubhouse Road, Quechee, VT 05059 MoreLess Info
From whitewater rafting to canoe rentals, Wilderness Trails & the Vermont Fishing School organizes fishing trips with experienced instructors in the region's lakes and rivers. During the winter, the school offers ice fishing trips with a complimentary hot lunch.
The Vermont Toy Museum celebrates America's toy heritage with over 100,000 toys from all genres. After viewing exhibits, guests can ride a miniature train or antique carousel, take coin-operated rides or play vintage arcade games.
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Rte. 4A, Enfield, NH MoreLess Info
Located on a 200-year old site, the Enfield Shaker Museum preserves Shaker artifacts, tools and lifestyle, with guided tours available at the Great Stone dwelling – the largest Shaker building ever constructed. Enjoy exhibits, craft demonstrations and concerts, or explore the herb and flower gardens and groun…
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54 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT 5091 MoreLess Info
Vermont's first national park, the Marsh – billings – Rockefeller National Historical Park now offers several hiking trails ideal for wildlife viewing. The Rockefeller Mansion and gardens offer guided tours from October through May.
Dana House is a museum that displays Vermont and Woodstock history. The house has a collection of maps and documents from Vermont's founding, including the original charter for Woodstock and Windsor County and a room of Civil War artifacts.
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26 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT 05091 MoreLess Info
Visitors of the Woodstock Vermont Historical Society can browse through large collections of art, furniture, clothing, toys, and more to learn about the history of the local area. Walking tours are also available.