The Woodman is now open for its 98th season. The museum staff was busy during the winter months arranging some new exciting exhibits for the 2014 season that includes a scouting room filled with early Girl Scout, Campfire, Brownie, Cub Scout and Boy Scout items from the 1930′s through the 70′s and 80′s. The Keefe House carriage barn is officially open and displays a rare Pontiac wagon, sleighs, a blacksmith shop, ice harvesting tools, walk behind plows and an original Merry Mac sailboat built by Dover’s Ned McIntosh.
Welcome to the annual Summer Sampler at the Woodman Museum. This event is a market day that includes a sampling of fine arts, crafts, music, foods and demonstrations. It is a fundraiser to assist the Woodman Museum with the preservation of their collections, the history of Dover, NH and the region.
Farmer’s Market: $40 (in a designated area)
Food Vendor: $75.00 (see form for details)
The 1825 Keefe House is available during the winter months and throughout the 2014 season for business breakfast meetings, seminars or an evening wine & cheese event with clients or business associates. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our events manager will be in touch.
Immediate families of a military member currently deployed and away from home are welcome to visit the Woodman Museum for free. All active military members home on leave are invited to visit and have a unique museum experience with family members…bring a picnic lunch and enjoy the museum grounds before or after your visit. We recognize the hardships when mom or dad has to be away from their family and how exciting it is when they are able to come home on leave.The Woodman Museum is a fun and educational family museum experience for all ages.