Parking & Travel

Getting to Campus

Planes, trains, cars, and buses. You can get here from there.



Parking for Dartmouth Campus

Metered Visitor Parking ($1.50 per hour, 6 a.m.—5 p.m., Monday—Friday) is located in G-Lot, a 15-minute walk from the Admissions Office. The map below indicates a suggested walking path to the center of campus (The Green).
Please note: McNutt Hall (the Office of Admissions & Financial Aid) is currently closed to all visitors.

An image of a parking map showing a highlighted parking area and a walking route


For students traveling alone, we suggest flying into Boston Logan airport and taking the Dartmouth Coach from the airport to the Dartmouth Campus (the Hanover stop).

  • Boston Logan (BOS) is 2.5 hours south. The Dartmouth Coach connects Hanover to Boston and Logan Airport. The Coach stop is on the south side of the Green.

  • Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) is 90 minutes south of Hanover. There is Greyhound bus service to nearby White River Junction, Vermont from Manchester Airport three times daily.

  • Lebanon (N.H.) Municipal Airport (LEB), 10 miles from campus, is served by daily commuter flights to Boston and New York. General aviation service is also available.


Amtrak's "Vermonter" service from Washington and New York arrives daily in nearby White River Junction, Vermont.


  • Dartmouth Coach (800) 637-0123 offers daily service between the Dartmouth campus, Boston's South Station, and Logan Airport (BOS). Roundtrip service leaves Hanover every two hours, at least 6 times each day. Dartmouth Coach also offers daily service between Hanover and New York City. The coach stop is on the south side of the Green.
  • Greyhound bus service (800) 231-2222 from across the region arriving daily in White River Junction, Vermont, with connections to the Dartmouth campus.


On campus or nearby. We can help you find accommodations for individuals, families, or groups.

On Campus

Dartmouth's Hanover Inn is on campus, facing the Green. It can't be beat for location and amenities, and it offers a package deal for visitors.


Since the Inn is often full, you can try our hotel booking engine, which lists other local accommodations by proximity to the College. Many offer discounts if you mention you're visiting Dartmouth.

Staying in a Residence Hall

The Admissions Office does not facilitate overnight visits for prospective students.