- From Boston (about 2.5 hours)
I-93 north to I-89 N at Concord, NH. Exit I-89 at I-91 N in White River Junction, VT. Take Exit 13 at Norwich. Turning left at the exit takes you to downtown Norwich.
Take I-89 S to I-91 N in White River Junction, VT. Continue as above.
- From New York (about 5 hours), southern New England and points south
Take I-91 N to Exit 13. Continue as above.
- Cape Air flies to Lebanon Regional Airport (LEB IATA) from Boston.
- Other alternatives are Manchester (New Hampshire) and Burlington (Vermont), both about 1.5 hours away by car; or Logan International in Boston or Bradley International in Windsor Locks, both about 2.5 hours away.
- Vermont Translines, ☏ . Daily service from nearby Hanover, New Hampshire or White River Junction, Vermont to Rutland, Vermont. $13.00 one way.
- Dartmouth Coach, ☏ , toll-free: . Daily service between the Dartmouth campus (in nearby Hanover) and Boston South Station and Logan Airport. There is also service to New York City. $33/$52 (one-way/round-trip) to South Station, $38/$62 to Logan Airport, $79.95/$159.90 to NYC.
- Greyhound serves White River Junction, Vermont.
- Advance Transit, +1 802 295-1824. Bus line links Norwich to most neighboring towns. All routes are free.
- Advance Transit, +1 802 295-1824. Bus line links Norwich to neighboring towns. All routes are free.
- Montshire Museum of Science, One Montshire Rd, ☏ , fax: , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org.
- [dead link] Norwich Historical Society (1807 Lewis House), 277 Main Street, 05055, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Year-round: Wed and Thu, 11am - 3pm; June - October: Sat, 10am - noon. Historic 1807 Lewis House, with an extensive collection of artifacts, photos, and archives relating to the town’s history. Also hosts annual exhibits and special events throughout the year.
- [dead link] Hike. The Appalachian Trail passes right through downtown Norwich. There are also a number of shorter trails in the town. A good resource for short hikes in the area is the Upper Valley Trails Alliance.
- Visit an old cemetery. There are a number of old cemeteries in town, some of which contain graves dating back to the Revolutionary War period.
- English Country Dancing, Tracy Hall, 300 Main Street (Corner of Church and Main Street), toll-free: , ✉ Christopher.G.Levey@dartmouth.edu. 3pm-6pm on January 28, February 25, March 18, April 29 in 2018. Join in an afternoon of English Country Dancing. All dances will be taught, no is partner needed, and all are welcome. Please wear clean, non-marking, soft-soled shoes (or socks) only. $8 Adult, $4 under 25's.
- King Arthur Flour, 135 US Route 5 South, ☏ . 7:30am-6:00pm. Visit the King Arthur Flour store, café, or baking school. Shop, eat, or take a baking class.
- Norwich Farmers' Market, 301 US Route 5 South, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. May - October: Saturdays 9am-1pm. Visit one of the oldest and largest farmers’ markets in northern New England. Vendors offer farm produce, baked goods, and handcrafted items.
- Dan & Whit's General Store, Main Street. Open every day. Nexus from which all distances are measured. A true general store with a treasure trove of gadgets and tools spanning the early farming days of the area to the present. If you need something that is rare or out of season, they will have it in the back. Slip behind the deli counter to find gardening and sugaring supplies, sleds, hardware and paint. "If we don't have it, you don't need it."
- Crossroad Farm Stand - Norwich, 163 US-5 (just South of King Arthur Flour), ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm, Sunday: 10am-5pm, Mid May to Thanksgiving. Buy a wide variety of vegetables, specializing in greens and tomatoes. You can also find strawberries, melons, flowers, and bedding plants.
- Norwich Bookstore, Norwich Square, 291 Main Street, ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. 9AM-6PM Monday-Saturday, 9AM-8PM Thursday. Buy books at a community-based, locally-owned shop. Also a good place to find out about local, book-related events.
- Jasper Murdock's Alehouse, 325 Main St. Jasper Murdock's Alehouse is a Vermont microbrewery at the Norwich Inn, named after the inn's 1797 founder. Open for lunch and dinner, the alehouse features hand-crafted English Ales.
- Carpenter & Main, 326 Main St (across from Dan & Whit's), ☏ .
- Norwich Inn, 325 Main St, ☏ . A luxury country inn featuring a gourmet restaurant, wine cellar, meeting facilities, and brewery/alehouse.
- [dead link] Norwich Bed and Breakfast, 229 Bradley Hill Rd, ☏ . Elegant country living on a twenty acre working farm overlooking the Connecticut River and the White Mountains. Four elegant rooms, each with private bath. Scrumptious farm-style breakfast with local produce including organic eggs from free-range chickens.
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|Saint Johnsbury ← Fairlee ←||N S||→ White River Junction → Brattleboro|
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