Dartmouth College Green
Sanborn House Library
The Sanborn House Library features ornate woodwork, plush leather chairs and books lining the walls, floor to ceiling, on two levels. It...
Hood Museum of Art
The collections here cover a wide swath from Assyrian stone reliefs that date back to 883 BC to contemporary American art by...
Baker Berry Library
On the north side of the Dartmouth College Green is the college's central library, Baker Berry Library. The reserve corridor on the...
Murphy's on the Green
This classic collegiate tavern is where students and faculty meet over pints of ale (with ten beers on tap) and satisfying pub fare...
A student haunt since 1947, Lou's has good sandwiches and pastries, but everybody comes to this simple diner for the hearty breakfasts...
Lonely Planet review
The green is the focal point of the campus, both physically and historically. Along the east side of the green, picturesque Dartmouth Row (College St) consists of four harmonious Georgian buildings: Wentworth, Dartmouth, Thornton and Reed. Dartmouth Hall was the original college building, constructed in 1791. Just north of Dartmouth Row, Rollins Chapel (College St) is a fine example of Richardsonian architecture and a peaceful place to collect your thoughts.