• The Little Studio and Saint-Gaudens' home

    Saint-Gaudens

    National Historic Site New Hampshire

Operating Hours & Seasons

From the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend to October 31.
Park exhibit buildings are open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and the grounds until dusk. The house, Aspet, closes at 4:00 on Concert Sundays.


From November through Memorial Day weekend,
the exhibit buildings are closed, but the park Visitor Center is usually open most days Monday - Friday, from 8:45 A.M. - 4:15 P.M. Park information, brochures and the Eastern National passport stamp are available there. If you wish to purchase an America the Beautiful annual, access, or senior pass, please call ahead to ensure the building is open.
Bronze casts of the Shaw Memorial, Farragut Monument and Adams Memorial are exhibited on the grounds and may be seen year-round.

For your safety, please be aware that during the winter months, most areas of the park are not maintained for public use. Visitors should take care as many pathways and trails may be snow covered and slippery. Trails are also not regularly patrolled during the off season.

Did You Know?

Saint-Gaudens and his family arrived in Boston on the ship, Desdemona in September 1848

Though considered an American artist, Augustus Saint-Gaudens was born in Dublin, Ireland to a French father and Irish mother. In 1848, at the age of six months, he made the month-long voyage to the United States with his parents on the ship Desdamona.