We are expanding! Check out our programming while the museum is closed.

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The galleries of the Hood Museum of Art are now closed for expansion and renovation, but our programming continues at Hood Downtown.

 Hood Downtown’s public opening reception. Photo by Rob Strong.

 Hood Downtown’s public opening reception. Photo by Rob Strong.

Visitors stream into Hood Downtown for September's public opening reception. Photo by Rob Strong.

Visitors stream into Hood Downtown for September's public opening reception. Hood Downtown is located at 53 Main Street, Hanover, NH. Photo by Rob Strong.

Acting Head of Education / Images and ArtStart Instructor Neely McNulty teaching an Images class in the Orozco Room. Photo by Tom McNeill.

Acting Head of Education / Images and ArtStart Instructor Neely McNulty teaching an Images class in the Orozco Room. Photo by Tom McNeill.

Hood Downtown

Visit the our downtown Hanover exhibition space to explore new contemporary art. Hood Downtown is located at 53 Main Street, Hanover, NH.

PLEASE NOTE: Hood Downtown is closed December 11 through January 4 for exhibition changeover.

Winter 2018 Hood Downtown Hours:
Wednesday-Saturday: 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 
Sunday: 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday: Closed

Expansion Updates

Learn more about the expansion project.

Campus and School Programs

We continue to offer programs and events for Dartmouth students and regional schoolchildren.

Public Programs

Find out more about our community programs for children and families, teens, and adults, and see our tips for visiting with young children.

Museum visitors in the exhibition "Eric Aho: Ice Cuts" during the opening event. Photo by Rob Strong.

Directions and Parking

Find information about how to get here and where to park while you visit.

Tours

We offer guided tours of exhibitions, public art on campus, and the Orozco fresco located in Baker-Berry Library. All tours are free! 

Images and Art Start students creating their own abstract compositions in response to the art surrounding them.
Dartmouth students in the Hood galleries.

Accessibility

The Hood Museum of Art Auditorium is wheelchair and stroller accessible. 

Museum Rules

Help the museum staff protect works of art on view by following these rules.

Dartmouth students in the Hood galleries.
In the Hood galleries during a family day program.

FAQs

Find answers to common questions about visiting during the expansion project.

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