Welcome to Lebanon
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An artistic community with tranquil, rural living
Who wouldn’t want to live in the City of Lebanon, New Hampshire? Defined by its beautiful surrounding rivers, the Connecticut River and the Mascoma River, Lebanon is a picturesque city. The climate in Lebanon consists of mild, sunny summers and snowy winters. What was once a city that heavily relied on the textile industry, has now turned to a cleaner alternative, the technology industry. As a result of the shift, Lebanon is now home to many different software companies, manufacturers of technology, the acclaimed Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and plasma-cutting technology companies.
Lebanon is also home to the Lebanon Municipal Airport, so traveling is easy for residents. The Dartmouth Coach is another convenient amenity, always willing to take you to your destination. Lebanon is in Grafton County and home to over 14,000 people. In recent years, the population has become steadily more diverse. The best part is that Lebanon is nowhere near capacity, with plenty of properties available to own.
What to Love
- An artsy community with breath-taking attractions like the AVA Art Gallery
- A suburban town with the hustle of a small city
- Rural neighborhoods
- Home to various high-tech companies
- Pleasant climate
Generally, the local lifestyle here is that of an artsy suburb with the hustle of a small city, where the locals keep things moving smoothly. In the more rural areas of Lebanon, however, the lifestyle is calm and laid-back.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
When you’re feeling hungry, Lebanon offers some great dining options for you and your loved ones. At Three Tomatoes Trattoria, the pizza is hand-tossed, and their ingredients have been locally sourced for 30 years. They have a large outdoor patio or a warm and cozy dining space by the wood-fired oven. The Salt Hill Pub has Irish favorites like giant pretzels and beer-battered fish and chips.
The Lebanon Farmers Market is at Colburn Park, a scenic park in the heart of historic downtown Lebanon. Lebanon Farmers Market hosts agricultural vendors and specialty food vendors, along with art and craft vendors. Colburn Park also hosts concerts in the park.
As for entertainment, art lovers are continually impressed and pleased by the AVA Gallery and Art Center. The AVA Gallery and Art Center features art from Janna Genereaux, Danielle Klebes, Rachel Montroy, Ann Young, Coralea Wennberg, and many more artists.
Outdoor lovers, on the other hand, enjoy the nearby Storrs Hill Ski Area or Whaleback Mountain. Storrs Hill Ski Area has been active since the 1920s, while Whaleback Mountain was founded in the 1950s. At the Storrs Hill Ski Area, youth and adults can take lessons for skiing, ski jumping, backcountry skiing, ski racing, and snowboarding. Whaleback Mountain has winter sports activities and beach volleyball in the summer.
Lebanon is the home of Powerhouse Mall, a mall filled with fine shops and restaurants. You’ll find stores like Adorn, a trendy boutique with comfortable clothing and a country-bohemian flare.
Things to Do
There’s always something to do in Lebanon. The community is proud of its Carter Community Building Association (CCBA), a nonprofit recreation and fitness organization that has been open for over a century. It provides youth sports, swimming lessons, and lifeguard training for teens.
Lebanon residents participate in the annual Skip Matthews Memorial Run that donates proceeds to cancer and the Shamrock Shuffle, a race benefiting park development and programs for youth and adults in the community.