Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Sights

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Cornish-Windsor Bridge

  • Bridge/Tunnel

This 460-foot bridge, 1½ miles south of the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, connects New Hampshire to Vermont across the Connecticut...

Dartmouth College

  • Educational Institution

Robert Frost spent part of a brooding freshman semester at this Ivy League school before giving up college altogether. The buildings...

Enfield Shaker Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

In 1782, two Shaker brothers from Mount Lebanon, New York, arrived on Lake Mascoma's northeastern side, about 12 miles southeast of Hanover...

Hood Museum of Art

  • Museum/Gallery

In addition to African, Peruvian, Oceanic, Asian, European, and American art, the Hood Museum of Art owns the Pablo Picasso painting...

Hopkins Center for the Arts

  • Arts/Performance Venue

If the towering arcade at the entrance to the Hopkins Center for the Arts appears familiar, it's probably because it resembles the project...

Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, Education and Cultural Center

  • Museum/Gallery

Take a self-guided tour of this museum's extensive collection of Native American artistry, including moose-hair embroidery, quilt work,...

Mt. Sunapee State Park Beach

  • Beach–Sight

A great family spot, Sunapee State Beach has picnic areas, fishing, and a bathhouse. You can also rent canoes and kayaks, and there's...

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site

  • Public Art (Mural/Sculpture/Statue)

Just south of Plainfield, a small lane leads to this historic site, where you can tour sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens's house (with...

Sunapee Harbor

  • Town/Village

On the west side of Lake Sunapee, this an old-fashioned summer resort community with a large marina, a handful of restaurants and shops...

The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

John M. Hay, who served as private secretary to Abraham Lincoln, built the Fells on Lake Sunapee as a summer home in 1890. House tours...