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  • Historic Walking Tours of Dover, New Hampshire

    Saturday Mornings June through September

    90 minute walking tour starting at 10:30 a.m. at one of three Dover, NH locations

    View Full Schedule Here

    Reservations are recommended, and can be made by calling (603) 742-2218 or email info@dovernh.org

    Walking Tours cost $10 per person with $25 limit for families.


    Tour Descriptions:

    The Downtown Tour departs from the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce parking lot. Take a guided stroll down Central Avenue and the Central Business District, learn all about the rise and fall of the textile industry and Dover's Black Day while hearing personal tales of Dover's history. Next Downtown Tour is Saturday, August 3rd and departs from the Chamber parking lot.  Register Here

    The Architectural Tour of historic buildings starts at the Woodman Museum and features information about construction, architectural techniques, and the historic significance of those who built or occupied these buildings, the earliest of which was constructed in 1785.  Next Architectural Tour is Saturday, August 10th and departs from The Woodman Museum.  Register Here

    The Cemetery Tour which begins at the Pine Hill Cemetery Chapel and includes a history of Dover’s burial grounds, and anecdotal stories as you visit the graves of people who were part of Dover’s history. Next Cemetery Tour is Saturday, August 17th and departs from Pine Hill Cemetery. Register Here

    Comfortable walking shoes, hats and bottled water are suggested, since the tours generally last for an hour and a half. Groups may arrange for tours at other than the scheduled weekend tours with a minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 persons at a cost of $10 per person. Contact the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce at (603) 742-2218 for information and/or reservations.

  • Walking Tour Descriptions

    Looking for more information about our three Historic Walking Tours?

    Click here to download our helpful guide!