If you have any questions about scheduling your visit, please call our office at (603) 563-7075 to speak with an admissions counselor.

When you arrive on campus you should proceed to the David Howe Administration Building (first building next to the circle).

This is where the admissions office is.   We will be awaiting your arrival! 

A visit to Dublin can consist of many parts.  One of our wonderful student ambassadors will give you a tour around campus.  Both visiting student and parent /guardian will be given separate interviews by an admissions staff member where we will both get to know more about each other.  If you can start your day with us we would love for you to join us for our daily morning meeting, or for lunch if you are coming in the afternoon.  If the schedule allows we would welcome the visiting student to sit in on a class. 

Your visit should take anywhere from 2 to 3 hours. We want you to leave Dublin with a real understanding of what Dublin School has to offer you. 


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Approximate mileage and driving times to Dublin:

From Manchester, NH; 44 miles, 1 hour
From Boston, MA, Logan International Airport; 90 miles, 2 hours
From Bradley International Airport; 108 miles, 2 hours

From Hartford, CT; 116 miles, 2 hours

From Boston: 

Route 93N or 128S to Route 3 North. Cross into New Hampshire and take exit 8 which marks the Monadnock Region and Route 101A. Continue on 101A to Route 101 West towards Keene and Peterborough. Pass through Peterborough and another 8 miles to Dublin, then take your first right after Yankee Magazine onto Dublin Road. The School is the third driveway on your left.*

From Connecticut and Western Massachusetts: 

Route 91 to Exit 28A, marked Northfield/Bernardston and Route 10 North to Keene. In Keene, turn right on Route 101 East and continue 13 miles to Dublin. Take a left after the Dublin School sign onto Dublin Road and follow signs to the Admission Office.*

* The Admission Office is located in the David Howe Administration Building, the first building next to the circle in the center of campus.

By Air:

Traveling to Dublin by air is best accomplished by flying to Manchester (NH), Logan International (Boston, MA), or Bradley International (Hartford, CT), and then renting a car.



Local Places to Stay



The Courtyard by Marriott
Located in beautiful downtown Keene

Days Inn Keene -3 Ashbrook Road, Route 9, Keene NH, 603-352-9780, Free Wireless Internet, Safe and Microwave and Refrigerator in all rooms. Fitness Room, Free Deluxe Continental Breakfast.

The Fairfield Inn
A member of the Historic Hotels Association

Holiday Inn Express 603-352-7616
Newly renovated in 2013

Best Western Sovereign Hotel - Winchester Street (Rt. 9 & Rt. 10), 603-357-3038

Carriage Barn  - 358 Main Street, 603-357-3812,  Non-smoking, country inn.



The Hancock Inn - 33 Main Street, 603-525-3318, Historic village setting, full hot breakfast.


The Harrisville Inn - 797 Chesham Road, 603-827-3163, B & B country inn, a short walk to the historic village of Harrisville, NH, reputed to be the most photographed village in New England.


Jack Daniels Motor Inn - 80 Concord Street (Rt. 202), 603-924-7548,   

Little River Bed & Breakfast - 184 Union Street, 603-924-3280, Updated 1870s house on the Nubanusit River in Peterborough.  Private baths, wifi & gourmet breakfasts.  Close to Dublin.  No Smoking


The Harrisville Inn - 797 Chesham Road,603- 827-3163 - a family run Bed and Breakfast set in the beautiful countryside if the Monadnock Region of New England.


Woodbound Inn - 247 Woodbound Road, 603-532-8341,  Located in Rindge, New Hampshire, on the shores of Lake Contoocook in the heart of the Monadnock region, the Woodbound Inn is a full-service, four-season resort offering outdoor recreation and fine dining


The Benjamin Prescott Inn- Route 124, 603-532-6637, Quaint B&B, full, hot breakfast.

The Currier's House - 5 Harkness Road, 603-532-7670,  

The Monadnock Inn– Jaffrey Center, 603-532-7800,  Charming historic village setting