Selected images of the Houses and works from the collection include:
Museum hours: 10AM to 5PM. Open Wednesday-Sunday. (Opening Day: April 4)
The Woodman Museum was founded in 1916 from a trust established by Annie E. Woodman to: “Engage minds. Ignite curiosity. Provoke thought […] Educate, excite, and inspire current and future generations about . . . a changing nation by preserving and exhibiting objects of historic significance, decorative and fine art, and natural science that connect Dover and its citizens to . . . the world.” A visit to the Woodman offers an intimate and personal opportunity for visitors to explore and experience history, natural sciences, and the arts.
On the grounds of the Woodman Museum you will find the oldest Sycamore Tree in Strafford County, a Medicinal & Industrial Garden designed and installed by Strafford County Master Gardeners and a functioning Rain Garden installed several years ago in cooperation with Soak NH, the EPA, NHDES, Strafford County Master Gardeners and other local volunteers.
The four historic houses that make up the campus include:
The Woodman Museum is a tax exempt organization. The total amount of your contribution is tax-deductible except for the fair market value of offered benefits. Our tax ID # is 02-0223356.
Woodman Institute Museum Trustees
David Dupont, Chair