Dover was named as one of the country’s top 100 communities to live generally and specifically for young people, according to CNN Money, for its arts, culture & scene. It is a town of Strafford County, and still considered a Seacoast town, with the largest population in the area at 30,000 residents. It is home to one the best hospitals, Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, as well 2 museums — Woodman Institute Museum, and the New Hampshire’s Children’s Museum. Henry Law Park located adjacent to the Children’s Museum was recently renovated and has entertainment for all ages, an adventure playground with a splash pad and indoor pool, music concerts & events. Dover has a strong school system, with great public & private school options, including Portsmouth Christian Academy offering K-12th grade, St. Mary’s & St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Schools, and University of New Hampshire minutes away. The downtown & surrounding area are growing, with reputable, highly acclaimed restaurants & shops, real estate developments on the rise, & real estate is blossoming. Steeped in history, Dover is a wonderful choice for a place to live, work & play.