Dover is a city in New Hampshire with a population of over 32,000, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. It is located in Strafford County and just northwest of Portsmouth.
According to Britannica, it was settled in 1623 by fishermen and traders and originally called Bristol. It is the largest city on the Seacoast.
Some of the attractions in Dover include the Children's Museum of New Hampshire, Hilltop Fun Center, Henry Law Park and Woodman Museum.
Weather-US.com reports that the coldest month in Dover is January and the warmest is in July.