Due to scheduled construction ….

Due to scheduled construction by the City Of Dover, Summer Street that runs alongside the Woodman Museum property Will be closed for a month starting Tuesday July 28, 2020. Therefore, free parking will only be available on Central Avenue or on Locust street. Handicapped access will be from Central Avenue.

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Woodman Museum, Senator John Parker Hale State of NH Historic Marker Dedication

WOODMAN MUSEUM PRESS RELEASE- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 26, 2020 Subject: Woodman Museum, Senator John Parker Hale State of NH Historic Marker Dedication Date: July 8, 2020. Time: 10am Place: Woodman Museum 182 Central Avenue Dover, NH 03820 Contact: David Tompkins Executive Director [email protected] 603-742-7680 Please join us for the

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Woodman Museum Covid-19 Guidelines

Due to COVID-19 restrictions groups are limited to only family/group per time slot. As we reopen, our top priority is the health and safety of our visitors, community members, volunteers, and staff. With that in mind, we have carefully reviewed state and CDC guidelines and will be implementing several safety

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Woodman Museum Opening Day

We are excited to announce Opening Day at the Woodman Museum Wednesday July 1, 2020 The Woodman Museum in Historic Dover NH is considered one of New England’s finest early 20th century style Museums featuring: Natural History, Local History, and Art exhibits. For more information on the Woodman Museum please

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Speaker and the Dover Middle School Art Show Postponed

The Wednesday 3/18/20 Speaker and the Dover Middle School Art Show will be postponed to a later date. This even will be scheduled once the museum reopens Please check back often for updates

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Voices from the Cemetery event- postponed to September 12 & 13 2020

Due to scheduling conflicts, the Woodman Museum has postponed its “Voices From the Cemetery” re-enactment production in Pine Hill Cemetery. The event, scheduled originally for September 28-29, has been rescheduled for Sept 12-13, 2020. We hope you’ll join us then for a fascinating walk among some of Dover’s renowned past

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