Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site

Overview

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site consists of 150 acres including the home, gardens and studios of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), one of America's foremost sculptors. This was his summer residence from 1885-1897, and his permanent home from 1900 until his death in 1907. There are two hiking trails that explore the park's natural areas.

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Seasonality / Weather

While the exhibit buildings are closed from November through late May, the grounds remain open. It is important to remember that during the winter, while the parking lot is kept open, the grounds are not maintained for public use and pathways may be snow covered and slippery, so please take care.

Directions

Driving: 

The site is located just off New Hampshire State Route 12A in Cornish, New Hampshire. It is 2.5 miles north of the Covered Bridge at Windsor, VT. The site may be reached on U.S. Interstate 89, exit 20 (West Lebanon, NH, south on Route 12A), or from U.S. Interstate 91, exit 8 (Route 131 east, left onto Route 12A north).

Flying: 

The area is locally serviced by Lebanon Municipal Airport, Lebanon, NH.