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===By car===
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*'''From [[Boston]] (about 2.5 hours)'''
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Interstate 93 north to Interstate 89 north at [[Concord (New Hampshire)|Concord, NH]]. Exit I-89 at Exit 18 in Lebanon, NH, bear right onto Route 120 north and follow to Hanover. 
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*'''From [[Burlington (Vermont)|Burlington]], [[Vermont]] (about 1.5 hours)'''
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Take I-89 south to I-91 north in White River Junction, VT. Continue as below.
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*'''From [[New York (city)|New York]] (about 5 hours), southern New England and points south'''
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Take '''Interstate 91 north to exit 13''' at [[Norwich (Vermont)|Norwich]], [[Vermont]]. Bear right off the exit, across the Ledyard Bridge spanning the Connecticut River. Continue up the hill on West Wheelock St. in Hanover.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:36, 18 July 2006

Hanover is a city in west central New Hampshire. It is home to Dartmouth College.

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  • From Boston (about 2.5 hours)

Interstate 93 north to Interstate 89 north at Concord, NH. Exit I-89 at Exit 18 in Lebanon, NH, bear right onto Route 120 north and follow to Hanover.

Take I-89 south to I-91 north in White River Junction, VT. Continue as below.

  • From New York (about 5 hours), southern New England and points south

Take Interstate 91 north to exit 13 at Norwich, Vermont. Bear right off the exit, across the Ledyard Bridge spanning the Connecticut River. Continue up the hill on West Wheelock St. in Hanover.

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