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AVA Gallery and Art Center - Lebanon, NH
11 Bank street
Lebanon, NH 03766
603-448-3117

AVA Gallery and Art Center is dedicated to promoting the visual arts through year-round exhibitions and educational programs that nurture, support, and challenge New Hampshire and Vermont artists. AVA's programs include special events that foster interaction between artists, patrons of the arts, and the general public.

Beans Art Store
38 South Main Street
Hanover , NH 03755
603-643-2607

Art supply store in Hanover, New Hampshire. Family-owned and operated for almost 40 years. Custom picture framing & art supplies are their specialties.

Briggs Opera House
4 S. Main St
White River Junction, VT 05001
800-622-1124

Tourist attraction in Hartford, Vermont. The Briggs Opera House is a wonderful place for a cornucopia of community arts and entertainment events.

Enfield Shaker Museum
Route 4-A
Enfield, NH 03748

The Enfield Shaker Museum is an outdoor history museum and historic district in Enfield, New Hampshire.

What people are saying about it:

"The experience with our wonderful tour guide Joe far exceeded our expectations."

"Staff are great and friendly and the rooms are beautiful"

"Incredible place, beautiful location."

Fairlee Drive In Theater
1809 US-5
Fairlee, VT 05045
802-333-9192

Popular summer evening destination for families and date nights. Full snack bar and movies that start at dusk. Highly rated on yelp with tons of 5-star reviews.

Hopkins Center for the Arts
4 E Wheelock St
Hanover, NH 03755
603-646-2422

The Hopkins Center is known as the cultural hub of Dartmouth College. More than just a performance venue, the Hop is also a center for the entire community.

Montshire Museum of Science
One Montshire Road
Norwich, VT 05055
802-649-2200

The Montshire Museum of Science is an award-winning,  hands-on science center with more than 125 exhibits, both indoors and out. Visiting exhibitions, educational programs, and special events are offered throughout the year.

According to Yelp: Kids' fan favorite is giant bubble experiments, live animal encounters, and arts & craft class.

Norman Williams Public Library
10 The Green
Woodstock, VT 05091

Public library located in Woodstock, VT. The NWPL is open to the public six days a week. Over the next few years, its collection of books and media is expected to reach almost 70,000 offerings.

Northern Stage
74 Gates St.
WRJ, VT 05001
802-296-7000

The Upper Valley's go-to place for theater performances. Northern Stage's intimate space sets the stage for actively involving its audiences with ambitious productions and expansive educational programs.

Nugget Theaters
57 South Main Street
Hanover , NH 03755
603-643-2769

The Nugget Theaters is a movie theater with 4 screens showing first-run movies.

Pentangle Arts
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31 The Green
Woodsstock, VT 05091
802-457-3981

Pentangle Arts offers arts programming, including movies, theater, youth enrichment, and concerts.

The Main Street Museum
58 Bridge St #6
White River Jct, VT 05001
802-356-2776

Eclectic museum in White River Junction. The aim of the Museum is the study of an accumulation of small details. Each piece tells some kind of story about human beings.

Tip Top Pottery
85 N Main St #110
White River Junction, VT 05001
802-280-1700

Paint your own pottery, wheel throwing by appointment, sip and paint classes, birthday parties, private parties, groups, and more!

Google reviews says this place is perfect for kids' Birthdays too.

Woodstock Historical Society
26 Elm Street
Woodsstock, VT 05091

A small museum located in Woodstock the mission of the Historical Society is to preserve, interpret, and share the unique history of Woodstock.

Woodstock Town Hall Theatre
31 The Green
Woodstock, VT 05091
802-457-3981

Also known as Pentangle Arts is a community theater open to events, performances and movie screenings.

One yelpers review stated it was one of his favorite small-town theaters because it was super cozy and had the best treat of all time the maple butter popcorn.